Free PlayStation Plus games for February 2023 leaked with OlliOlli World part of a solid bundle

PlayStation Plus subscribers will soon be treated to some new free games, with the leaker billbil-kun revealing that there will be a solid bundle of titles headed their way between February 7 and March 6. As mentioned above, the pack is headed by the sports game OlliOlli World, which was developed by Roll7 and released in February 2022. The title, which is for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 owners with a PlayStation Plus service subscription, takes the player on a hand-drawn cartoony skateboard ride around Radlandia, where the goal is to rack up huge scores by landing some gnarly tricks. OlliOlli World has commendable Metacritic scores of 84 (PS5) and 86 (PS4).

Next up, there is Mafia: Definitive Edition, which is only available for the PS4 in this instance and may be swapped out for a different game in some regions, according to the source. Mafia: Definitive Edition was launched in 2020 and praised for its authenticity and graphics, although there were some issues with animations and object interaction. The game has a score of 76 on Metacritic and was developed by Hangar 13. PS4 and PS5 owners will also be able to get to grips with Evil Dead: The Game, which was received favorably upon release in 2022 (Metacritic: 72 on the PS5). The horror game, developed and published by Saber Interactive, should please fans of the Evil Dead franchise and those who just want to while away a few hours hacking and slashing at the undead.

Last but not least is Bungie’s Destiny 2: Beyond Light expansion pack for the PS4 and PS5. The downloadable content, which was released in 2020, takes the fighters of Destiny 2 to Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons. While there was some criticism aimed at the monetization aspect found in the DLC, there was also plenty of praise for Destiny 2: Beyond Light, leaving it with Metacritic scores of 76 (PS4) and 77 (PS5). Reviewers liked the introduction of Europa and were impressed by the Stasis damage type. However, the user score for the expansion is just 3.9 (PS4) with gamers not being impressed with some of Bungie’s decisions. But it seems a lot has been forgiven since the release of the highly recommended Destiny 2: The Witch Queen expansion in 2022.

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