What is it with Sony and March? For the nth March in a row, Sony is making a handful of fan-favorites available to PS Plus subscribers free of charge. Last year, it was Final Fantasy VII Remake along with three other games. Not to mention, Sony also announced the return of the Play at Home initiative, which netted fans Horizon Zero Dawn, among others.
Although Play at Home isn't likely coming back for a second straight year, the PS Plus lineup for March 2022 is just as strong as previous years, if not better.
As confirmed by Sony following an earlier leak, the March 2022 PS Plus games lineup includes Ark: Survival Evolved (PS4), Team Sonic Racing (PS4), Ghost of Tsushima: Legends (PS4), and Ghostrunner (PS5).
Studio Wildcard's Ark: Survival Evolved is a hit online multiplayer survival game that's set in the prehistoric era. You could say that Ark is just like Valheim, which was one of the biggest games at this point last year. But, instead of mythological creatures, you're facing off with dinosaurs and building rafts like a caveman. The 2017 title is currently one of the largest games in terms of file size right now, so make sure that you've got the space for it. And, oh, there's a sequel in the works starring Vin Diesel as well.
Now, if clubbing dinosaurs to death isn't up to your speed or you've gotten bored running around naked while building fortresses, you can race with and against your friends in Team Sonic Racing. It's just Mario Kart, which Nintendo just committed to for the next two years, but with Sonic and the rest of the crew instead. However, if you prefer something darker and more challenging, Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, which Sony refers to as a "bonus" game will be available to PS Plus subscribers in March as well.
Finally, there's Ghostrunner. The PS5-exclusive freebie for March is a first-person action-platformer that's been described as a cross between the 2009 cult classic, Mirror's Edge, and 2020's Cyberpunk 2077.
The March lineup for PS Plus subscribers is a godsend for those who felt disappointed with what Sony gave fans a few weeks back. Speaking of, February's games are still up for grabs in case you haven't gotten them yet. Last month's offerings include Planet Coaster: Console Edition (PS5), Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-Shot Adventure (PS4), and EA Sports UFC 4 (PS4).
In other news, fans are still waiting for Sony to reveal the long-rumored Project Spartacus. After holding a GT7-centered State of Play event earlier in February, there are rumors that Sony is finally going to reveal this new tiered subscription service in March alongside a new trailer for Hogwarts Legacy ahead of its rumored September release.