Check out what’s on offer for Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus members during the shortest month of the year

February’s PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Games with Gold were each revealed recently and you can see what you’ll have the opportunity to play during the month as a subscriber to one or both services right here in one convenient place.

Our PlayStation Plus Free Games and Xbox Live Games with Gold sections here at SCG are located under our “More from SCG” menu. The drop down features a page for each of the two subscription services.

In addition to the games for the upcoming month, we’ve listed on those pages all of the previous games that have been offered so you can take a look at what you’ve missed or get a reminder of what you downloaded at this time last year.

For February 2017, we’ve provided links to those pages as well as the lists of games you’ll be getting during the month if you subscribe to Xbox Live Gold and/or PlayStation Plus.

PlayStation Plus Free Games

February 2017:

  • Little Big Planet 3 (PS4)
  • Not a Hero (PS4)
  • Starwhal (PS4, PS3)
  • Anna – Extended Edition (PS3)
  • Ninja Senki DX (PS4, Vita)
  • TorqueL (PS4, Vita)

Xbox Live Games with Gold

February 2017:

  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (X1) (Feb. 1 – 28)
  • Project Cars (X1) (Feb. 16 – March 15)
  • Monkey Island 2: SE (X360) (Feb. 1 – 15)
  • Star Wars: The Force Unleashed (X360) (Feb. 16 – 28)

If you’ve yet to grab January’s games, be sure to do so. Xbox Live Gold titles update starting Feb. 1, with additional games becoming available beginning Feb. 16. PlayStation’s titles will be available in full starting Feb. 7, 2017.

Don’t forget, both Sony and Microsoft offer weekly sales, many of which have deeper discounts for subscribers or that are locked out to non-subscribers, so be sure to hit up the PlayStation Blog and Major Nelson’s Xbox Blog or just keep an eye on each service’s respective game store for more information on those.

Keep in mind, too, that Xbox 360 Games with Gold are now playable on Xbox One via the backward compatibility functionality.

Xbox Live Gold and PlayStation Plus run $59.99 a year. Both services can be purchased at discounts if you watch for sales throughout the year.

For more on what each service offers, in addition to the monthly free games, please visit each service’s respective official web page.

But don’t forget to keep it locked to SCG for monthly updates on the “free game” offerings and all of the other most essential gaming news from around the world.