March 2023 PS Plus Monthly and Catalog Games Announced

    Standouts include Code Vein, Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection, and Tchia.

    During today’s State of Play presentation, PlayStation announced both the monthly games and Game Catalog additions that would be coming to PS Plus in March. This news usually comes to us every month by way of leakers; it’s nice to see Sony get ahead of the regular speculation and give us an official reveal.

    PS Plus March 2023 Monthly Games

    Every month PlayStation Plus makes 3-4 games available for members of all tiers of the subscription service. These games become permanent additions to users’ libraries upon redemption. You’ll still need PS Plus to access them, but the rights to them do not get revoked. They don’t leave the service content on video streaming services, Xbox Game Pass, or PlayStation Plus Extra. They’re yours to keep indefinitely. Even if you don’t plan on playing the currently available games, it’s a good idea to go to the PS Store and add them to your library so that you’ll have them in the future.

    The three games offered this March are:

    • Battlefield 2042 (PS4 & PS5 versions)
    • Minecraft Dungeons (PS4)
    • Code Vein (PS4)

    March 2023 Game Catalog Additions

    Gamers with a PlayStation Plus Extra subscription have access to a catalog of hundreds of PS4 and PS5 games to download and play. Every month games are rotated out, some removed and some added.

    These games are coming to the PS Plus Extra Game Catalog in March:

    • Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection (PS5)
    • Ghostwire: Tokyo (PS5)
    • Tchia (PS4 & PS5 versions, Launch Day release)
    • Immortals Fenyx Rising
    • Rainbow Six Extraction

    What About PS Plus Premium?

    PlayStation Plus Premium gives users access to Game Trials of hot new releases and to another catalog of games: the Classics Catalog. The Premium tier is doing great this month, with game trials for God of War Ragnarok and The Last of Us Part I, as well as the releases of The Legend of Dragoon, Wild Arms 2, and Harvest Moon: Back to Nature as classics. Unfortunately, there was no news today on whether the Premium tier will get any love next month. Hopefully, PlayStation will keep its momentum going and continue to support the tier next month with more PS1, PS2, or PSP games.

    Stay tuned for more news on PlayStation 5, PlayStation Plus, and more here at Final Weapon.

    BusterSwordBoy is a video game enthusiast who writes about them here, plays them live on Twitch, and talks about them endlessly to anyone who will listen. Subjectively believes that the PS2 is objectively the greatest console of all time, but also loves games from far older hardware, and new releases as well.

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