final update: Shortly after the leaks, Sony officially announced the PS Plus games of the month, which are the same as suspected. These titles will be available from Tuesday, March 1.
This month, the temperature rises with four games, but not just for PS5 users:
- ARK Surival has evolved (PS4, backward compatible with PS5)
- Sonic Racing Team (PS4, backward compatible with PS5)
- ghost runner (PS5 exclusive)
- Ghost Legends of Tsushima (PS4, PS5)
Two things to point out: Ghostrunner, the intense first-person shooter, This will only work for PS5 users. PS4 users won’t be able to play it, but from the PS Store you can redeem it and have it in your account, in case you buy the PS5.
Second thing: Ghost of Tsushima Legends is about only from the multiplayer title, not from the main game.
Don’t forget that you have until February 28 if you haven’t redeemed the January 2022 PS Plus games yet.
Update: Finally, the same website that’s been successfully revealing each month’s PS Plus games for months has leaked what would be the next three free titles landing on the PS4 and PS5 service.
Although the platforms are unknown, Ghost Legends of Tsushima (the samurai adventure multiplayer mode), ghost runner (first person cyberpunk game) and Sonic Racing Team (Mario Kart-style arcade racing) are the games coming to PS Plus in March and they would do so from the 1st of that same month until April 5th.
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original story: We are already at the end of the month and that means that soon Sony could announce the games coming to the PS Plus subscription service in early March.
As you well know, one of the advantages of this paid subscription service for PS5 and PS4 is to get a series of monthly games accessible at no cost. As well as, today it’s time to talk about the possible games that would arrive soon.
If you’ve been catching up on PS Plus-related news over the past few months, you might remember that it’s been a few months since we had a leak that revealed the games ahead of time.
The information came from a French media called Dealabs and never wavered in its speculation. However, it seems that now he cannot launch an article commenting on the games without further ado and had to resort to a really curious way to filter them.
From this medium they used a small note/statement in which it is hinted that Ark Survival Evolved and Team Sonic Racing would be two of the games that would be coming to PS Plus in March 2022.
Picarestically pulling and dropping information without confirming that it is PlayStation Plus, the statement seems more than obvious. Looked:
Good morning or good afternoon everyone. Lately I’ve been interested in Ark Survival Evolved and Team Sonic Racing, and I always want to buy them to play on my PS5. Knowing that I really don’t have any money, I’m very hesitant to buy them. But hey, in the end, maybe I’ll wait until the beginning of next month. Thanks for your help.
Therefore, while care should be taken with this type of information, Ark Survival Evolved and Team Sonic Racing They have already positioned themselves as two of the games that could be added to the service.
We will have to be attentive in the coming days to know the official announcement by PlayStation. Also, these two games would be the ones that would be available on PS4. What about the title for PS5 users?
There is a candidate who could be chosen. We remember GTA Online arrived for plusers in March and will be available for free for 3 months. Rockstar has already confirmed that GTA V and GTA Online on PS5 and Xbox Series X | S will arrive on March 15.
Could this be somehow related? As they say, we’ll have to wait. In case you have something wrong with these aforementioned games, we leave you some quick information about them:
Ark Survival Evoled is a survival game set in a fictional prehistoric era where dinosaurs walk alongside humans.
As for Team Sonic Racing, sega racing game This is a new take on the classic arcade karts that we both have in games like Mario Kart.