That's right, January is already over. We're a full month into 2021, and things have started fairly quietly โ€” but looking forward, there's plenty to be excited about. February and March have a few notable releases for both PlayStation 5 and PS4, so whether you've made the jump yet or not, you can look forward to some cool games. Below, we'll be going through all the great games coming in the next couple of months.

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The Nioh Collection - 5th February

Team Ninja's Nioh series is a fresh take on Souls-style gameplay, adding some new twists and turns to the tough action RPG formula. With various stances to master, all kinds of weapons to use, and a fantastical Japanese setting to explore, these are great action games in their own right. With this collection, the two titles get a PS5 makeover, with remastered visuals and near-instant loading. Ready for another challenge?

Persona 5 Strikers - 23rd February

The world can't seem to get enough of Persona 5, so why not spin it out into a musou game too? Persona 5 Strikers borrows combat from games like Dynasty Warriors, merging the hack and slash real-time action with more strategic, turn-based elements to create something original. If you want more from the series but don't mind switching gameplay styles, this should serve you well.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake - 18th March

Ubisoft hasn't touched the Prince of Persia franchise for ages, but it's finally bringing it back with a remake of the original. Delayed to March, this is a full recreation of The Sands of Time, and will hopefully be a fantastic trip down memory lane. We've seen little of this project yet, but the original is a classic โ€” this has the potential to be great.

More Upcoming PS5 and PS4 Games for February and March 2021

What PS5 and PS4 games are you planning to buy in the next few weeks? Tell us in the comments section below.