PlayStation Plus Free Games For March Are Live Now

PS Plus subscribers can claim four free games this month, including Ghost of Tsushima: Legends and Team Sonic Racing.

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March's PlayStation Plus free games are live now. Subscribers can now claim four games: Ghostrunner, Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, Team Sonic Racing, and Ark: Survival Evolved. All four games are available for free until April 5, so make sure you add them to your library this month.

Ghost of Tsushima: Legends has been dubbed a "bonus game" for both PS4 and PS5 users, but if you already own Ghost of Tsushima, you have access to the Legends multiplayer mode already. Regardless, Legends is a fun online multiplayer experience that includes cooperative and competitive modes. When claiming Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, please note that the store marks it as a "trial," but you'll get the complete Legends multiplayer experience.

For a more family-friendly multiplayer experience, PS Plus members can check out Team Sonic Racing, a kart racing game that originally launched in 2019. Team Sonic Racing features 15 playable characters from Sonic history and is essentially the Sega-themed version of Mario Kart.

Meanwhile, Ark: Survival Evolved is survival game set on a remote island that just happens to be filled with prehistoric animals and giant dinosaurs--and other players who can be just as dangerous.

Only the PS5 version of Ghostrunner wis available for PS Plus subscribers in March. The fast-paced action game follows the player in the shoes of Jack who must traverse dangerous cyberpunk areas while combating enemies and solving platform puzzles. Even if you don't have a PS5 yet, make sure to claim Ghostrunner just in case you ever get one.

PlayStation Plus Free Games For March 2022

Available until April 5

  • Ghostrunner -- PS5
  • Ghost of Tsushima: Legends – PS4/PS5
  • Ark: Survival Evolved -- PS4
  • Team Sonic Racing -- PS4

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