PS Plus Free Games for March 2019 and the Removal of Some

PlayStation has really been generous to its Players by giving two free games if you subscribed to their PSN System. Not only this is available to the PS4 Platform but across all platforms; that’s six freebies in total. Apparently, all good things must come to an end as PS Vita and PS3 are dropped this year. Players will now only be expecting only two games every month starting April 2019.

Moreover, March 2019 free games include: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, a remastered version of a 2007 first-person shooter released on 2016 and The Witness, an indie game puzzle from the mind of Jonathan Blow. I mean, if they maintain this kind of pairing: a Big title and an interesting small title one – then they are off to a great start. Sony has expressed a year ago that many of their players are now on their PS4 platforms with increasing units of PS4s in their homes around the globe.

While that is for the US and UK free games, for those subscribed in the Southeast Asian region will get Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered and Action Henk (instead of The Witness).

Players may still be able to download February PS Plus Freebies as the offers end on March 8, 2019. Games offered are Hitman: the First Complete Season and For Honor.

Source: Push Square