The PlayStation Plus titles for February 2022 have been announced, with a mixture of a sports game, a theme park simulator and an FPS in the mix.
'UFC 4' is the headline act for next months line-up, with the 2020 fighting game recently adding Islam Makhachev and prime-era Khabib Nurmagomedov to the roster.
For those without an affinity for sports, a 'Borderlands' spin-off is also on offer for February.
'Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-Shot Adventure' (yes, that's its full title) is a spin-off of the hit 'Borderlands' series and combines the series' traditional irreverent brand of FPS action with an RPG twist.
The game (we refuse to type out the title again, there are only so many hours in the day!) is a new game having only come out last November, and its bite-sized action makes it a solid PlayStation Plus title.
As the old 'Monthy Phyton' quote goes "and now for something completely different" and that something is 'Planet Coaster: Console Edition'.
'Planet Coaster' allows players to build their own theme parks and is similar to the beloved 'RollerCoaster Tycoon' games of the early 2000's.
Like any good management game, 'Planet Coaster' is the type of game designed to erase weekend afternoons in the blink of an eye.
'Planet Coaster' lets players build their own rides and manage their own theme park which serves as a perfect balance to a sports game or an FPS game, meaning that gamers of different stripes are accounted for.
We wrote recently about the need for PlayStation to launch a subscription service to counter Xbox Game Pass, and February is shaping up to be a big month for PlayStation with the release of 'Horizon: Forbidden West'.
All told, February is an OK month by PlayStation Plus standards, nothing as surprising as 'Control' being offered as a free game this time last year, but nowhere near the nadir of 'Tennis World Tour 2' being offered last summer.