Even if it hard to believe we’re approaching March already, some things might bring us good news. The upcoming batch of PS Plus free games, for example, scheduled to arrive soon. Such an event, however, it will be available only for the PlayStation Plus members. Developers confirmed March’s PS Plus games, which will be free beginning March 3.
Until then, members can still get the February freebies, such as The Sims 4, BioShock: The Collection, and Firewall Zero Hour. As we learned before, those games are free for members to keep them as long as their PlayStation Plus subscription is active.
The first title set to arrive for the PS Plus members is the Shadow of the Colossus. The game was initially released in Japan, being developed by Sony Computer Entertainment for PS2. The actual installment, however, is an HD remake of that 2005 classic. The game opens with the story of Wander, a man who embarked on a journey across a prohibited land.
PlayStation Plus Free Games For March on PS4
He must fight the giant and armored colossi. Shadow of the Colossus got a significant 9/10 in GameSpot’s Shadow of the Colossus review for its amazing graphics, intriguing attacks, and a humble yet efficient horse.
“Shadow of the Colossus is a beautiful reconstruction of an already exceptional title. It continues to be a modern classic and is an extraordinary game that everyone must experience,” noted Edmond Tran.
The second free entry will be the Sonic Forces games, which brings some classic side-scrolling and sleek 3D gameplay. The game was released back in 2017, where everyone met the fantastic blue hedgehog and its adventure. It got a 5/10 in GameSpot’s Sonic Forces review due to its clunky platforming and uncertain story.
If you want to expand or renew your current PS Plus membership, you might get a good deal for the one-year membership on eBay. 12-month PS Plus codes are only $38 each!
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