A visitors plays games on PlayStation 4 (PS4) at the Paris Games Week, a trade fair for video games in Paris, France, October 29, 2016. Reuters/Charles Platiau

Sony is about to reveal a massive PlayStation Plus February 2017 update. The company has not yet revealed the line up of games for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. Fans may have to wait a little more to enjoy the full roster of games. As per Sony’s policy, PS Plus line up is changed on first Tuesday and this means Feb. 7. PlayStation Plus free games generally come at the same time and include two games each for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita. There have been reports that the official PlayStation Plus February 2017 may include a new PlayStation VR game.

According to Express, fans with and without PS VR may be able to enjoy the game if it has a PS VR Patch. Sony has previously hinted at VR games for PlayStation Plus when the console launched but since then has been elusive on the matter. The PlayStation Plus February 2017 update is eagerly awaited and all eyes are on first Tuesday of the month for possible reveal. Meanwhile, “No Man’s Sky” has been nominated at the 2017 Game Developers Choice Awards (GDCA). People can vote at the GDCA website.

Voting will end on Jan. 31 at 11:59PM PST and voters can vote only once via legitimate email id. PC gamers are waiting in the meantime for a shader-loading problem update that’s affecting when the game is loading. Moreover, “Crash Bandicoot” remakes release date still remains a mystery despite reports claiming a 2017 release. A Czech retailed has given a June 30 release date for the “Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy.” It’s a Friday, when most games are released in Europe and UK.

“Crash Bandicoot” Remastered Collection is being developed by Activision and the team behind “Skylanders,” and “Vicarious Visions.” Stay tuned on IBT AU for more updates on PlayStation Plus February 2017 update and other PlayStation game updates.