Alongside the February sales, Outlast is the major release of the week, set to scare the bejesus out PS4 owners. It’s free on PS+ this month, but if you’re not subscribing for some reason, it can be bought for £15.99/€18.99. Either way, don’t forget to grab it so you can take part in our next Plus Points Challenge, which is currently trying avoid starvation.
The PS3, meanwhile, saw the free-to-play co-op dogfighter Ace Combat Infinity enter into Beta yesterday, which will run until next Tuesday if you fancy checking it out. The Wolf Among Us’ second episode is out now for £3.99/€4.99 standalone (though you should really get the full season in the sale for around a tenner), and you can also get Adam’s Venture: Chronicles for £9.69/€11.99. Finally, the NAMCO Fighter Collection will set you back £19.99/€29.99 for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Soul Calibur V.
Futurlab bring one of their PS Mobile releases to the main PS Vita catalogue, as Surge Deluxe revamps the devilishly addictive puzzler for £3.99/€4.99. There’s a Doodle God and Doodle Devil bundle for £6.49/€7.99, while Dustforce brings the powers of cleaning stuff up to your screen for £7.99/€9.99, coming to both PS Vita and PS3 alongside trials and Cross-Play. Beware that Dustforce is not Cross-Buy, so only buy on the platform you want it on, CastleStorm Complete Edition is Cross-Buy though, for £11.99/€14.99.
As always, there’s a smattering of DLC, this time out fixated on a boatload of Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate unmentionables for you to enjoy, I guess, bundled together for £11.99/€14.99 or individually for £1.59/€1.99.
We’ll check in later and update this post with any new details, once the EU PS Blog posts the more definitive update list later this afternoon.
Update: I checked in and updated this post, with Castlestorm Complete Edition and NAMCO Fighter Collection the only additions of any note.