March's First Free PlayStation Plus Game Revealed

The winner of the Vote to Play campaign has been named.


Sony likely won't be announcing the lineup of PlayStation Plus freebies for March for at least a few more days, but we now know what one of the games will be: Broforce.

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The recently concluded Vote to Play initiative--where Plus subscribers could vote on one of three games to be free on PS4 in March--has come to an end, with Broforce coming out on top. The PlayStation EU Twitter account confirmed the winner of the voting this morning. Broforce will now be free once March's Instant Game Collection lineup becomes available on March 1.

Broforce had been competing against Action Henk and Assault Android Cactus. Henk was the leading vote-getter at one point, thanks in part to a Twitter campaign from publisher Curve Digital. Upon hearing Broforce had won, Curve's Twitter account was... disappointed.

The current slate of Plus games remains available until the new lineup arrives on March 1. You have until then to claim them, allowing you to keep them for as long as you remain a Plus subscriber.

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