PS Plus February 2016 rumored game ruled out

By Alan Ng - Jan 19, 2016

We are getting closer to the PS Plus February 2016 announcement, with fans anxious to see what will be coming to the IGC next after Sony offered Grim Fandango Remastered and Hardware Rivals last month.

Earlier this month we talked about the possibility of Crypt of the NecroDancer being one of the two free PS4 games for February, since the official release date was February 2 – the same date in which the PS Plus games will go live next month.

However, we can now bring you confirmation that Crypt of the Necrodancer will definitely not be included. Below is a screenshot showing the Twitter exchange between a fan and the developers of the game – confirming that it won’t be free, but it will be a cross-buy game instead between PS4 and PS Vita.


That means the guessing game goes on and hopefully Sony are putting final touches to the selection to get a AAA game added to the list. They know that Microsoft is likely to have another strong lineup due to backwards compatibility, so hopefully we’ll have some good news to share on this soon.

As a paying PS Plus subscriber, can you admit to being disappointed with what Sony has been offering lately? Or are you perfectly happy with the smaller indie games that Sony has picked out each month?

Once we have some juicy information to share, we’ll let you know as soon as possible so in the meantime, leave your predictions below.

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  • Wolf Woof

    “can you admit to being disappointed with what Sony has been offering lately?”

    Yes and that is a big fat YES, i only buy my SUB for IGC since it came available on the PS3 and continued on the PS4, but the games are hitting a all time low and my 1 year SUB ends in April and if things don’t pick up, then sorry Sorry i will not be renewing after a long 6 years.

  • Zach Raymond

    Oh hell no. I’ve been super disheartened by the PS4 offerings.

  • Matthew Lowery

    On the AAA game matter, don’t count on it. Sony still can get Not a Hero on it and one older indie or digital only game like Assassin’s creed chronicles.