PlayStation Plus Games For March Include Battlefield 2042 and Code Vein
PlayStation’s State of Play is one of the most exciting video game showcases of the year. Sony along with PlayStation partner with developers to announce and reveal exclusive titles, as well as show off content from other games. Yesterday, during the showcase, the companies announced that three new games will be coming to PlayStation Plus for the month of March for free. In the upcoming month, players can enjoy Battlefield 2042, Code Vein and Minecraft Dungeons. The opportunity to get the games for free will last until April 7th, 2023.
Code Vein is an RPG that released in 2019. It was inspired by the Souls Eater franchise and garnered positive reception upon its launch. Moreover, Battlefield 2042 is a popular FPS that has a ton of new content coming to the game in Season 4: Eleventh Hour, including a new map and return of the class system. Additionally, players can get their hands on Minecraft Dungeons, an open-ended survival and crafting game where players jump into dungeons and fight their way to victory.
Also, PlayStation Plus’ games for the month each offer their own unique playstyle and engaging gameplay. Furthermore, subscribers to the platform should make sure they get their hands on the games for February, which include Mafia: Definitive Edition, Evil Dead: The Game, OlliOlli World and Destiny 2: Beyond Light.
What are your thoughts on PlayStation Plus? Do you use the benefits, including free games every month? Did you enjoy the free games for the year thus far? Are you looking forward to the free games for March? Which game are you most interested in trying out for the upcoming month? What games from February did you try out? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter and Facebook.
SOURCE: Press Release