PlayStation Plus January 2019 Titles Announced


Zone of the Enders HD Collection, Amplitude, and Fallen Legion are also included in the list, giving PlayStation Plus subscribers a good number of games to look forward to in the New Year.

As with the previous updates, these games will be made available on the first Tuesday of the month, which falls on January 1st.

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To start off with, we have Steep and Portal Knights on the PS4. These include games like Final Fantasy Vll, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3 and Wild Arms, just to name a few.

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Members of the subscription service can also have fun with Zone of the Enders. Both games have been improved visually, and have trophy support on PS3. Walmart, GameStop and Best Buy are all offering the PS Classic now at the new low price. This rhythm game puts players in the cockpit of a spaceship as they blast through a scrolling track. Think Guitar Hero, but with blasters instead of a plastic instrument. Step into the fantastic and unknown in the delightful action-RPG. When not fighting, players must make major decisions that impact the outcome of the story.

For anyone who has yet to grab the December PlayStation Plus games, you can get Soma and Onrush until the end of the month!

The reason behind this lack of hits was likely due to licensing issues since numerous "best" games found on the console were made by third-parties. This action platformer features randomized elements, making every game different from the last.

On the downside of things, we don't know if this deal is permanent or only for a limited time.