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February PS Plus games leaked for PS4

The February PS Plus games for PS4 have been leaked online ahead of an official announcement.

Although there hasn’t been an official announcement from Sony as yet, it looks like we have an inkling as to what the February PS Plus games will be.

Reddit users spotted the games in the Plus Section of what looks to be the Polish PlayStation Store.

The advertisement seemingly confirmed that the February PlayStation Plus games are to be Nom Nom Galaxy and Helldivers.

It details that the games will be free for PS Plus subscribers on PS4 from February 2.

There’s no information on the PS3 or PS Vita titles as yet though.

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You might want to keep in mind that games do vary region to region when it comes to PS Plus games. However, we’re hoping that the fact Poland is part of Europe means we should be looking at the same titles.

Helldivers is a top-down shooter from Arrowhead Game Studios and is quite the co-op experience.

Nom Nom Galaxy on the other hand is a PixelJunk game that sees you play as part of the Soup Co. family. You need to explore remote planets in search of ingredients to make the tastiest of soups and then feed that to the hungry customers.

We’ll keep you posted as and when the PS Plus titles are officially confirmed.

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