You Can Now Vote for One of March's Free PlayStation Plus Games [UPDATE]
Pick which of these three games you'd most like to see offered up for free in March.
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[UPDATE] Voting has begun. From your PS4, head to "Vote to Play" under the PlayStation Plus section to place your vote. Descriptions of the three games are available below.
The original story is below.
Much as it did last year, Sony is again presenting PlayStation Plus members with the opportunity to vote for an upcoming free Plus game.
Starting later this month, Plus members can choose between three PS4 games--Broforce, Assault Android Cactus, and Action Henk--that they want to see offered as part of March's Plus game lineup. Broforce is a sidescrolling shooter, Assault Android Cactus is a twin-stick shooter, and Action Henk is a sort of sidescrolling racing game.
Voting will begin on February 9. You can throw your support behind a game by accessing the Vote to Play hub on PS4, which you can find in several places: the dedicated PlayStation Plus section of the system, the PlayStation Store, and the What's New area.
The last time Sony did this was in August 2015, when Plus members got to choose between Zombie Vikings, Armello, and Grow Home, the latter of which ended up being selected. The two losers were then discounted alongside the release of the free Plus games for the month; Sony hasn't said if it'll be doing the same this time around.
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