PS Plus January 2019: Steep and Portal Knights free for PS4

PlayStation Plus January 2019 Free Games Revealed

PlayStation Plus January 2019 Free Games Revealed

It's nearly the start of a new month, which means it's time for Sony to offer a new set of games to offer to PlayStation Plus subscribers with a particularly strong focus on the PS3 lineup.

Steep is a snowboarding game by Ubisoft Annecy, the studio now working on The Division 2 alongside Massive Entertainment.

Portal Knights is an independent survival action role-playing video game developed by Keen Games and published by 505 Games. While Portal Knights is fairly well known, Steep, from Ubisoft, may be somewhat of a surprise.

This time Sony has revealed free games for all of its Platforms like PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and for PlayStation Vita. Later on, fans realized that different regions were getting different games; in Japan, the PlayStation Classic had seven games that were not on the American console, and vice versa. And there's really isn't any reason not to if the game is available for free. In this game, players explore randomly generated islands, engage in "epic boss battles", complete quests for other characters, and more.




Both games will be available for download starting 10 January 2019.

In addition to these games on PS4, PS Plus users also get The Warframe: PlayStation Plus Booster Pack III, which has a little bit of everything to jump-start your game. For the games which previously supported on PlayStation Vita and PS3, now you will be able to find them only on PlayStation Plus subscription.

For anyone who has yet to grab the December PlayStation Plus games, you can get Soma and Onrush until the end of the month! Stay tuned with TechnoCodex for more updates.

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