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PlayStation Plus March Games and Catalogue Announced

During the PlayStation February State of Play stream last night, Sony took the opportunity to announce the next batch of games headed to PlayStation Plus. That way, it doesn’t get leaked like it has every month for the past year. The company also announced the new March Game Catalogue titles headed to the service. So not only did we get the usual freebies, but we know what March holds for the Deluxe and Essentials tiers too.

Let’s start with the usual PlayStation Plus games. In March, subscribers can look forward to a handful of new games. These include Battlefield 2042, Code Vein and Minecraft Legends. The games are expected to arrive on 7 March.

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PlayStation Plus March Games

Arriving on PlayStation Plus on 7 March

  • Battlefield 2042 (PS5/PS4)
  • Code Vein (PS5/PS4)
  • Minecraft Legends (PS4)

We then have the PlayStation Plus Deluxe and Essentials lineup. Just like last year’s Stray, Sony is releasing the anticipated Tchia on PlayStation Plus at launch in March. The game will arrive on 21 March for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. In addition, the service will also get Immortals Fenyx Rising, Ghostwire Tokyo, Rainbow Six Extraction and more.

PlayStation Plus Deluxe and Extra Catalogue

More games are to be announced in March. Games are expected to arrive on 21 March. 

  • Tchia
  • Ghostwire Tokyo
  • Rainbox Six Extraction
  • Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection
  • Immortal Fenyx Rising

Get ready for a vibrant tropical journey with Tchia, launching on March 21, 2023! In this open-world sandbox adventure, you will take on the oppressive rule of Meavora on an archipelago inspired by New Caledonia, all in an effort to rescue your father. This emotional coming-of-age tale will be available on PS4 and PS5, and will also be offered as a Day 1 release with PS+ Extra. 

Source: PS Blog

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