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PlayStation Plus free games lineup for March off to a tricky start

Emma Flint

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PlayStation Plus free games lineup for March off to a tricky start

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PlayStation, say it ain’t so. We keep holding out for PlayStation Plus to pick up the pace, and in some respects the service has redeemed itself, but March is off to a tough start.

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We’ve yet to learn of the PlayStation games joining the service in March, however, the titles that are leaving are dividing gamers because it feels like too many greats are being lost. It's fair to say it's not all doom and gloom considering there are free games that perfectly blend together Elden Ring and Bloodborne, but is it enough to save us from the heartache we’re feeling?

The majority says no.

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March will bid farewell to Haven, Ghostwire: Tokyo, and Outer Wilds on PS Plus, to name just a handful of titles. “Damn, so many bangers,” lamented one gamer saddened by the news.

Others, while sad, asked for advice on what to play first before it leaves the service for good. At the forefront of recommendations was Ghostwire: Tokyo, with one fan saying, “Ghostwire: Tokyo is a unique game and if you haven’t played it yet, you should.”

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Also recommended was Haven, a game I personally adore for its unique controls, visuals, and story. “Another game with good vibes, in addition to being excellent for cooperative play, especially with a boyfriend/girlfriend (and you can choose the gender of both characters),” explained a fellow fan. “But you can also play alone. A science fiction vibe of exploring an unknown planet, while experiencing the couple's daily life.”

Refresh your memory with the trailer for Ghost Wire: Tokyo Spider's Thread update!

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Now is the time to prioritise your gaming sessions if you want to smash through one or a couple of these titles. It isn’t quite as distressing as learning you’re one of millions unable to play Hogwarts Legacy 2, but knowing you have a strict time limit to play any game isn’t a nice feeling.

The clock is ticking now, so you need to act fast and plan your attack if you’re to complete these games before they leave.


Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Free Games, Sony

Emma Flint
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