This is the big day ! With February slowly but surely approaching its end, the time has come to know the four new free games that will be waiting for PlayStation Plus subscribers as of March.

When there is no more, there is still! The last days, PlayStation did not fail to find itself in the heart of the news by increasing the number of announcements and speeches. Between the broadcast of a new episode of State of Play or the return of the Play At Home initiative which will allow players to get Ratchet & Clank (2016) for free next month, there has been plenty to do. But today, Sony is still raising the stakes for PS Plus service subscribers by revealing the next round of free games that will be offered free of charge from March 2 to April 5, 2021. And as insistent rumors announced it, Final Fantasy VII Remake will indeed be part of the lot for PS4 and PS5 players. Important precision, however: this version will not give you access to the free upgrade on PS5.

PlayStation Plus games offered in March
PlayStation Plus games offered in March

Still for PS4 players (knowing, let’s be clear once again, that PS5 players can also enjoy it), two other titles can be recovered. The first, Farpoint, is a VR FPS developed by Impulse Gear in 2017. To be able to play it, you must therefore have a PS VR equipment. The second, Remnant: From the Ashes, is a post-apocalyptic TPS developed by Gunfire Games in 2019, playable solo or in cooperation with other players. Finally, exclusively for the happy owners of a PS5, it is Maquette which will be available for this month of March. This unreleased track developed by Graceful Decay takes the form of a recursive puzzle in FPS view and is described by the developers as “A modern love story, where the slightest concern can sometimes become an insurmountable obstacle”.

By the way, don’t forget thatYou’ve only got a few days left to get your hands on February’s PS Plus games, namely Control (Ultimate Edition) and Concrete Genie, which will be phased out on March 1. On the other hand, you still have until April 6 to download Destruction AllStars, which is only playable on PS5 but can be picked up on PS4 until you get one. Moreover, in case you missed the information, PS5 restocks are apparently planned for this week in several stores. And if you never fancy any of the games on the list, you can always indulge yourself by enjoying a discount on a PSN card worth 50 € thanks to Eneba.

Credit: PlayStation Blog

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