Sony brings Horizon Forbidden West to its PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscription service on February 21. It arrives just a year after it was first released on PS4 and PS5.
PS5 owners who haven’t played Horizon Forbidden West are waiting, both visually and in the sequel’s storyline Horizon zero dawn. It was one of Sony’s biggest PlayStation games of the year in 2022, with a PS5-exclusive expansion, Burning Shores, debuting April 19.
My colleague Ash Parrish reviewed Horizon Forbidden West and spent over 60 hours hunting, exploring, crafting and fighting in a world where it’s easy to get lost.
PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers will also get access to two horror games next week (The quarry And Resident Evil 7: Biohazard), in addition to the co-op sci-fi shooter Outliers. If they don’t keep you busy, there is also the option to check out Borderlands 3 if you haven’t already or taken on some mutants Scarlet Nexus.
Sony is also adding a number of PS4 games to the service, including Teck 7, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, Earth Defense Force 5, Oninaki, Lost Sphear, And I am Setsuna. Both the PS4 and PS5 versions of The forgotten city will also arrive on February 21.
There are plenty of great picks this month, and they all arrive just a day before Sony launches its PSVR2 headset for the PS5. Stay tuned for our full review of the PSVR2 coming soon.