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3 More Free Games for PS Plus Asia March! Final Fantasy XV is Available for Free With a Certain Purchase

by Aiman MaulanaMarch 17, 2017
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The lineup of free games for PS Plus Asia March 2017 isn’t good enough? Here’s 3 more, as well as a good deal for Final Fantasy XV!

We’ve reported earlier this month on the free games lineup for PS Plus Asia March 2017. If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, click here to get up to speed on things.

Aside from the lineup we got before, Sony Interactive Entertainment is adding 3 more free games to that lineup for PS Plus Asia March 2017. In another stunning twist, even Final Fantasy XV is available for free…under a certain condition of course.

 

3 Additional Free Games PS Plus Asia March 2017

Additional Free Games PS Plus Asia March 2017

The first additional game we have is Invisible Inc. from Kiei Entertainment. Take control of Invisible’s agents in the field and infiltrate the world’s most dangerous corporations. Stealth, precision, and teamwork are essential in high-stakes, high-profit missions, where every move may cost an agent their life. It has a Diablo-esque point of view, which is something players might enjoy.

The 2nd game is Stories: The Path of Destinies by Spearhead Games. In Stories, each choice you make takes Reynardo into a unique narrative. From tongue-in-cheek takes on heroic adventures to dark, Lovecraftian scenes, Stories’ repertoire is as diverse as it is action-packed. But Reynardo’s fateful decisions won’t always be easy: Sometimes retrieving a weapon lost at the beginning of time means sacrificing the life of an old friend.

Finally, we have Disgaea 5, the infamous tactical RPG. The evil demon emperor Void Dark devastates numerous Netherworlds after coming to power, with the help of an army of over one million soldiers known as The Lost. Following this, the Overlords of the Netherworlds under Void Dark’s rule attempt to rise up and take revenge. Players assume the role of Killia, a young demon who’s out for revenge.

Invisible Inc. and Stories: The Path of Destinies are available right now for free for PS Plus members until 29th March 2017. Disgaea 5 on the other hand is only available for free starting 27th March until 9th April 2017. Either way, if you’re a PS Plus member, head on over to claim these free games. Never thought PS Plus Asia March 2017’s lineup would actually improve all of a sudden.

Of course, that’s not all…

 

Final Fantasy XV is Available for Free!

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That’s right ladies and gentlemen. Final Fantasy XV is available for free…under a specific condition of course. You have to purchase the 12-month PS Plus subscription in order to be eligible. That’s not exactly a bad deal as it means that you are guaranteed to have a lineup of free games to look forward to every month.

The 12-month PS Plus membership costs RM209, and you’ll get Final Fantasy XV for free. The game (English/Japanese version) will be sent to eligible PSN members via a system message by the following arrangement:

  • Customer who purchased this bundle during 2-8 March,2017 will receive the code by 15 March, 2017.
  • Customer who purchased this bundle during 9-15 March,2017 will receive the code by 22 March, 2017.
  • Customer who purchased this bundle during 16-22 March,2017 will receive the code by 29 March, 2017.
  • Customer who purchased this bundle during 23-31 March,2017 will receive the code by 7 April, 2017.

That code will be redeemable until 30th April 2017. If you don’t have a copy of Final Fantasy XV yet, now’s your chance! If you’re having trouble finding the promo for this particular offer, click here.

 

Pokdepinion: PS Plus Asia March 2017 is shaping up to be a really solid lineup of free games and deals, especially with the double discount campaign going on. I didn’t expect Sony Interactive Entertainment to step up their game this month, though I suppose the Nintendo Switch’s launch might have something to do with it.

 

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Aiman Maulana
Jack of all trades, master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one. YouTuber, video editor, tech head, and a wizard of gaming. What's up? :)

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