Resident Evil 2 and Tiny Tina's Wonderlands lead PlayStation Plus extras, deluxe games for January 2024


Resident Evil 2 leads the pack of new titles arriving to the PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe/Premium game catalogs this month. Starting January 16, all high-level PS Plus members can go as pretty boy rookie policeman Leon S. Kennedy on his first day on the job at the Raccoon City Police Department, where he'll have to face hordes of flesh-eating zombies. As a remake of the original 1998 game, it features an additional route where you experience the story through the eyes of college student Claire Redfield, who reunites with her missing brother before getting caught up in a conspiracy involving bizarre experiments and sinister corporations. Looking for a reunion. Resident Evil 2 will be available to play on both PS4 and PS5.

Follow the quirky and boisterous Tiny Tina and set out on a chaotic adventure to stop the Dragon Lord, brought to life by bullets, magic and bizarre loot in a tabletop RPG format. Choose from six different classes to create a unique character, and mix and match skills to stack the odds in your favor as you explore ancient castles and dark dungeons filled with dangerous enemies. Tiny Tina's Wonderlands also comes with support for online and local split-screen multiplayer and will be available on PS4 and PS5. Armed with some explosive weapons and gadgets, rampage across 1000 sq km of a sand-filled Mediterranean island to overthrow the empire of its ruling dictator. Bomb posts in creative ways – gliding through the air to drop explosives by surprise or using grapple hooks and 'totally questionable' parachutes to scope out areas for alternative means. PS Plus Xtra and Deluxe members can play Just Cause 3 for free on PS4.

Take advantage of your skills to infiltrate high palaces and hidden forest camps to carry out challenging assassination missions and gradually build trust among your comrades. Set in the Edo period of Japan, Shadow Tactics: Blade of the Shogun sees you control five experts in espionage – a ninja, geisha, trap expert, and more – as you hunt down enemies plotting from the shadows and restore peace to the land. to do. Meanwhile, Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong places you in present-day Boston where bloodthirsty vampires roam among humans, living in secret and hiding their nocturnal desires. Choose between tactics of intimidation, seduction and stealth to solve the mystery surrounding the attack on a secret society and shut down rumors about a power struggle. It will drop on PS4 and PS5.

Don your plastic uniform and go undercover to stop notorious criminal Rex Fury from spreading a wave of crime across the sprawling metropolis in LEGO City Undercover. Bust car thieves, stop robberies, lead wild car chases and investigate over 20 unique districts, alone or with a friend (via co-op). Skating enthusiasts can dip their feet into Session, a realistic simulator 'that combines the aesthetic of 90s skate culture with modern gameplay.' It comes with customization options and dual stick controls, where each stick represents your in-game legs, forcing you to intuitively transfer weight on the skateboard and perfect graceful moves.

All of these and more were unveiled on the PlayStation Blog and will be available exclusively to PS Plus Extra and Deluxe members in January (PS Plus Deluxe is called PS Plus Premium in select markets). Last month's list included Grand Theft Auto V, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origins, and Metal: Hellsinger, to name a few.

Here's the full list of free games available to PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe/Premium subscribers starting January 16th.

The blog post also details the PS Plus Classics catalog for January, which is available exclusively to PS Plus Deluxe/Premium members. This month brings Rally Cross, Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace, Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection, Legend of Mana, and Secret of Mana.

PlayStation Plus Deluxe subscription in India starts at Rs. 849 per month, while additional subscription starts at Rs. 749 per month.

Affiliate links may be automatically generated – see our ethics statement for details.