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PS Plus adds free 'Metro: Last Light', 'Remember Me' and more for February

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Outlast was already revealed as the game that will be available free in February to PS4 owners who subscribe to Playstation Plus. Sony announced the rest of the slate of free games coming to the Instant Game Collection for both the PS3 and PS Vita on Thursday with a mix of shooting, adventuring, fighting and racing.

Playstation 3 owners will receive the survival horror FPS, Metro Last Light for free in February along with competitive multiplayer shooter PayDay 3 and the sci-fi adventure Remember Me. Meanwhile, PS Vita owners can take to the track with ModNation Racers or pummel each other with Street Fighter X Tekken.

As mentioned before, the survival horror games Outlast will be available for free to PS4 owners.

A Playstation Plus subscription is required to gain access to the free games on the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. However, a single subscription is good for all three platforms. It can be purchased directly from the PSN Store for $49.99 for a year or picked up through retailers such as Amazon, Best Buy or GameStop.

Games purchased for free through PS Plus will remain in your Instant Games Collection for as long as your PS Plus subscription is active.

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