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Last Chance To Grab March's Free PS Plus Games For PS4

They'll be free to download for just a few more days.


PlayStation Plus slimmed down in March, as PS3 and Vita games are no longer being offered as free monthly games for PS Plus members. That leaves just two PlayStation 4 games as the PS Plus freebies each month, but in March, they're rather big ones: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness. They're also both enhanced for PlayStation Pro, if you happen to own the higher-end system. As we head into April, it's your last chance to pick up both of these fantastic games for free--they're available to download until April 2 at 8 AM PST / 11 AM EST.

At that time, they'll be replaced by April's two free PS Plus games, which were recently announced: science-fiction RPG The Surge and open-world survival sim Conan Exiles.

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Now Playing: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered And The Witness - PS Plus March Free Games

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is the 2016 revamp of the 2007 classic. Modern Warfare remains one of the most critically acclaimed shooters of all time, and helped establish the Call of Duty series as a titanic franchise for Activision. Modern Warfare Remastered was originally included with 2016's Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, before being sold separately. We've heard word that the company will return to the series with this year's installment.

The Witness is the follow-up to Braid from creator Jonathan Blow. It's also from 2016, offering a series of interconnected puzzles that impact the world. "The Witness molds its world, puzzles, and themes into such a layered, cohesive whole that, if we look hard enough, we'll keep finding new ways to perceive it," said critic Mike Mahardy in GameSpot's review.

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