PS Plus March 2023 Game Catalog Features 17 Games, Including Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection
The March 2023 PS Plus Games Catalog lineup includes 17 games, featuring the Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection, Ghostwire Tokyo, and Tchia. Find out more about the games and how to download them.
PS Plus March 2023 Game Catalog Brings 17 Games
The March 2023 PlayStation Plus lineup has been revealed and it is packed with 17 games, offering a diverse range of experiences for gamers. While the collection is headlined by Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection that includes two remastered games for PlayStation 5 – Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, there are several other games that are worth checking out.
One of the standout titles is Ghostwire Tokyo, which utilizes the adaptive triggers and ray tracing of PS5 to create immersive and stunning environments. Additionally, Final Fantasy Type-0, Dragon Ball Z: Kakrot, Rage 2, and Immortals Fenyx Rising offer a fantastical and wild experience for players.
For those who prefer empathetic storytelling, Life is Strange 2 and Life is Strange: True Colors are the go-to games that offer heartwarming journeys and choice-based, high-stakes narratives.
The collection also includes Tchia, Untitled Goose Game, and Haven, which offer a unique and curious gaming experience that is not found in any other game. Additionally, Street Fighter V Champion Edition and Rainbow Six Extraction are great options for those who want to compete against their friends.
Moreover, classic PS1 and PSP games like Ridge Racer Type 4, Ape Academy 2, and Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror are also included in the monthly package. Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror is even enhanced with up-rendering, rewind, quick save, and custom video filters.
While it is not clear if the games will come in their PS4 or PS5 versions, or if they will include both versions, the March 2023 PlayStation Plus lineup is sure to offer something for everyone.
Pokdepinion: The more, the merrier. I’m still hoping for a lof of the older games to be made available, otherwise it feels like people aren’t getting their money’s worth with the higher tiers of Sony’s premium subscription service.