Sony sends off PS3 Plus games with Metal Gear Solid 4

Sony sends off PS3 Plus games with Metal Gear Solid 4

Sony sends off PS3 Plus games with Metal Gear Solid 4

PlayStation 4PlayStation 3PlayStation VitaAll of the above games will be available until March 8th, with the exception of the PlayStation 4 titles that will change on March 5th when the new month of PS+ begins. The month of February looks like a good month for them and you'll see why when you see the free game lineup. But he also dropped another interesting tidbit of information within his posting which claims that the majority of Sony's first-party developers have moved onto PS5 game development.

In addition, Sony has confirmed they're expanding the cloud storage of PS Plus members from 10GB to 100GB. This won't affect any games you've already downloaded, or will download, prior to March 8, 2019.

The first game on offer for PlayStation 4 is the entire first season of Hitman.

Naturally, as a PlayStation Plus member you save more than anyone else on games and DLC on PlayStation Store.

Unfortunately, if you're hoping that the lack of PS3 and PS Vita games will be bolstered by the inclusion of more PSVR or even Playlink titles. Both of these games are compatible with PlayStation 4 too.

However, Sony has pointed out that PS4's lack of internal drive space could also be sorted using a so-called Extended Storage Device - ie, any old external storage with a USB 3.0 connection - although it has to be formatted for PS4 use.

Finally, if you want to whittle down the hours you're waiting for the new games lineup by listening to your favourite tunes, then don't worry - Sony's got you.

Overall, February 2019 is set to be an important month for the service. He also went on to say that Sony "has a couple of unannounced games (already existing IP) with PS4 in mind but I'm conscious that there have been discussions around making them cross-gen/next-gen titles".

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