A staff at the PlayStation 4 launch event poses with the PlayStation 4's game controller before its domestic launch event at the Sony Showroom in Tokyo February 21, 2014. Sony Corp said it has sold 5.3 million Playstation 4 game consoles as of Feb. 8, surpassing its full-year target ahead of its release in Japan on February 22, the last country currently scheduled to handle the device. REUTERS/Yuya Shino Reuters

The end of January is almost near, and usually this is around the time when speculations of next month’s PS Plus free games lineup will be revealed. Though Sony has not yet given an official list of what fans can expect, there is already a leaked banner showcasing the possible PS Plus February 2016 lineup of free games for the PS4.

Two titles were revealed as free games for the PS4 in February. The first is “Helldivers” from Arrowhead Game Studios. This title is a shooter game that was first released back in Mar. 3 as a cross-play PlayStation exclusive. The other title is “Nom Nom Galaxy,” Q-Games’ offer following the likes of “PixelJunk Shooter 2.” The screenshot featuring the different games can be seen via Gamepur.

For players who can’t wait to get some great PS4 games, Sony has released a list of titles of PS4, PS3 and PS Vita games that are currently enjoying some sweet deals, GameSpot reported. The PlayStation has pretty good titles discounted for the week. There are three AAA titles on discount, namely “Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition” at US$7.50 (approx. AU$10.58), “Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition” at US$10 (approx. AU$14) and “Far Cry 4” at US$19.80 (approx. AU$28).

To prepare fans for the upcoming onslaught of “Final Fantasy” titles, there are a few sales for “FF” games for the PS3 and the PS Vita. “Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD” Remaster Bundle is only at US$15 (approx. AU$21.17) and “Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions” at US$5 (approx. AU$7).

PlayStation Plus subscribers have a little extra that they can enjoy for the weekly deals. Three more titles have a lower discount, specifically “Rock Band 4” at US$41.99 (approx. AU$59), “Just Cause 3” at US$44.99 (approx. AU$63.50) and “Rainbow Six Siege: Gold Edition” at US$67.49 (approx. AU$95).