PlayStation Plus reveals full January lineup

inFamous: First Light! The Swapper! Prototype 2! No Duke Nukem for Germany.  

Sony has revealed the full lineup of free PlayStation Plus games coming 7th January.

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inFamous: First Light.

Last month the PS4 manufacturer teased its January lineup by noting that it would include standalone DLC inFamous: First Light and The Swapper on PS4, but now we've got the PS3 and Vita titles too.

First off, it's worth noting that The Swapper is Cross-Buy on all three Sony platforms, not just PS4 as it was teased for last month.

The PS3 offerings are the not too shabby Prototype 2 and DuckTales Remastered.

Elsewhere, Vita owners will receive the acclaimed retro arcade game Whoa Dave!, the latest from the Bit.Trip developer Choice Provisions (formerly known as Gaijin Games). The developer noted on Twitter that the eventual PS4 release of Whoa Dave! will offer Cross-Buy support, so if you get the Vita version now you'll be able to snag the PS4 one at no additional cost once that's launched.

The other Vita freebie for the month is Duke Nukem 3D Megaton Edition, unless you live in Germany where Sony can't release it ostensibly due to the country's classification board not allowing it. But fear not, Germans, for Sony is offering you Gravity Crash Ultra instead.

You've still got five days left to grab the December PS Plus offerings of Injustice Gods Among Us: Ultimate Edition, Secret Ponchos, Hitman Trilogy HD, Deadly Premonition: The Director's Cut, Final Horizon and Titan Attacks.

Earlier Sony noted that PlayStation Plus members will get an additional five days added to their subscription, among other discounts, to make up for the DDoS attack that closed its service for a few days over the holiday.

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