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Uncharted Collection and more releases for PS4 and PS5 in February

New and exciting PS4 releases seem to come out each month, giving dedicated gamers plenty of worlds to choose from. With the PS5 officially here, fans now keep track of multiple new releases and updates more than ever. Fortunately, we've gathered all of the best titles and listed other worthy games for you to consider adding to your collection. Here are all the PS4 and PS5 releases to look out for in February.

★ Journey west — Feb. 18

Horizon Forbidden West — PS5 & PS4

Staff Pick

The highly anticipated sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn has gone through a handful of delays, but is now ready to launch. The following entry, Horizon Forbidden West, sees players continuing the journey of Aloy as she travels across the Forbidden West. This new landscape contains new threats and mysteries to uncover.

$70 at PlayStation Store

Feb. 8

Dying Light 2 Stay Human — PS5 & PS4

The sequel to 2015's Dying Light picks up 20 years after the original game and stars a brand-new protagonist in the form of Aiden Caldwell. Like the original game, players will still utilize various parkour skills to traverse a zombie-infested world. However, new to the game are more unique enemies, long-range weapons, and superhuman skills you can acquire via infection.

$60 at PlayStation Store

Feb. 25

Elden Ring - PlayStation 4

Perhaps the most anticipated games of the year, and one of the most anticipated games ever, Elden Ring is the latest game from Dark Souls creator Hidetaka Miyazaki and was made in collaboration with iconic author George R.R. Martin. The game is another Soulslike title and will take part in a fantasy setting with an open world while retaining many of the same elements of Souls games, including tough monsters, big boss fights, and more.

$60 at PlayStation

Other PlayStation 4 games releasing in February 2022

PlayStation 5 games releasing in February 2022

It's important to note that some of the releases planned this month for next-gen consoles are just upgrades of current-gen games. Certain titles are getting upgrades to take advantage of the newer systems, so you don't have to worry about buying any new copies if you own these games already.

DLC releasing in February 2022

What are you playing?

After a relatively quiet holiday season and start to the year, February is jampacked with huge titles across the board. Not only are there multiple, highly anticipated AAA titles launching, but even some big indie games are also set to launch this month.

First up, Horizon Forbidden West continues the adventures of Aloy in a sequel to the critically acclaimed Horizon Zero Dawn. If you're looking to play something before that, Dying Light 2 Stay Human is another sequel to an incredibly popular game that features a different way to play and things to experience than anything else this month.

Finally, Elden Ring is here and gives players a chance to dive into the first open-world Soulslike with a brand-new fantasy setting to explore. Looking forward to a different release? Shoot us a tweet over at @AndroidCentral and tell us all about it.

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