February’s PlayStation Plus Premium and Extra games leaked

February 2023 PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium games leaked via the ever-reliable Billbil-kun from Dealabs.

Those games are Horizon Forbidden West, Scarlet Nexus, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and Borderlands 3, with Billbil-kun promising “more to come.”

These games will reportedly join the service on February 21st.

Here’s megafan Zoe’s appearance (spoiler free) in Horizon Forbidden West.

The title here is Horizon Forbidden West, which joins Sony’s subscription service almost a year after it was first released.

In Forbidden West, players once again take on the role of Nora Aloy’s young hunter. This time, Aloy must travel to the titular Forbidden West to stop a mysterious plague sweeping the lands.

Malindy Hetfeld called it a “beautiful technical achievement” in Eurogamer’s Horizon Forbidden West review.

“If you enjoyed Horizon Zero Dawn and are already looking forward to the sequel, there’s very little chance you won’t enjoy Forbidden West,” he wrote last year.

Horizon Forbidden West has underwater exploration.

Scarlet Nexus, meanwhile, is an action RPG from Bandai Namco. This game allows players to choose between the characters Yuito and Kasane, who are both “elite psionics”.

Emma found Scarlet Nexus’ combat to be rather “chaotic”, however praised the game’s unique setting and “unforgettable” art style.

“I can’t really think of another game where you fight brain-eating, dagger-wielding flower bouquets,” he mused. Neither can I, Emma. I can’t either.

Both characters in the Scarlet Nexus have a talent for psychokinesis.

Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is a particular favorite of mine. This is the game that introduces us all to Ethan Winters and his wife Mia.

In Resident Evil 7, Ethan heads to Louisiana in search of Mia, who has been missing for several years. In turn, Ethan encounters not only his wife, but the mysterious Baker family and a huge mess.

This Resi 7 keyart gives us all a nice look at a friendly family dinner…

Last but not least, we have Borderlands 3. This first-person shooter, looter takes players to the planet of Pandora in search of treasures full of treasure.

Vikki called Borderlands 3 “bigger, better, and even more polarizing than ever” in her 2019 review.

“Borderlands 3 is everything Vault Hunters loved about its predecessors,” he wrote. “It’s hard to imagine how, technical issues aside, existing fans couldn’t find more to love in this latest iteration.”

The vault in our stars.

And that is your fate for now. Is there anything you like?

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