PlayStation Plus Free Games For Premium And Extra Subscribers In March Announced, Out Soon

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Sony has announced March’s PlayStation Plus game catalog lineup, and there are some big games coming for subscribers later this month.

When the PlayStation Store updates on March 19, PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers will get access to a bunch more games. These include NBA 2K24’s Kobe Bryant edition for PS4 and PS5, Marvel’s Midnight Suns for PS4 and PS5, and Resident Evil 3 for PS4 and PS5. Also on that day, members can grab Lego DC Supervillains (PS4), Mystic Pillars: Remastered (PS5), Blood Bowl 3 (PS4, PS5), Super Neptunia RPG (PS4), and Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot (PS5). Of note, the PS4 edition of this game is already available for subscribers.

The PlayStation Classics library for Premium subscribers is getting updated as well with Jak and Daxter The Last Frontier (PS4, PS5), Cool Boarders (PS4, PS5), Gods Eater Burst (PS4, PS5), Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (PS4), and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure All-Star Battle R (platforms unspecified).

Sony also announced that on April 1, the TV series My Hero Academia Season 1 is coming to the Sony Pictures Core library for PS Plus Premium and Deluxe subscribers. Wht’s more, “select series” from Crunchyroll will be available in Mexico, Spain, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, and France beginning March 13.

PlayStation Plus March releases

  • Available March 19 for Extra and Premium subscribers:
  • NBA 2K24 Kobe Bryan Edition — PS4, PS5
  • Marvel’s Midnight Suns — PS4, PS5
  • Resident Evil 3 — PS4, PS5
  • Lego DC Supervillains — PS4
  • Mystic Pillars: Remastered — PS5
  • Blood Bowl 3 — PS4, PS5
  • Super Neptunia RPG — PS4
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakorat — PS5 (PS4 edition is available already)

PlayStation Classics March releases for Premium subscribers

  • Jak and Daxter: The Last Frontier — PS4, PS5
  • Cool Boarders — PS4, PS5
  • Gods Eater Burst — PS4, PS5
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — PS4
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure All-Star Battle R — platforms not specified in Sony’s announcement