Sony Adds 13 New Games to PlayStation Plus Library in March

Later in March, PlayStation Plus members will be able to play even more games, such as the well-known strategy game Marvel’s Midnight Suns.

Sony is adding 13 new games to its library for users. They will all be available from March 19.

Here’s the full list of games before we get to the interesting parts:

PlayStation Plus games for March

Sony Adds 13 New Games to PlayStation Plus Library in March
Sony Adds 13 New Games to PlayStation Plus Library in March
  • NBA 2K24 Kobe Bryant Edition
  • Marvel’s Midnight Suns
  • Resident Evil 3
  • LEGO DC Supervillains
  • Mystic Pillars: Remastered
  • Blood Bowl 3
  • Super Neptunia RPG
  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot

PlayStation Classics

  • Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier
  • Cool Boarders
  • Gods Eater Burst
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: AllStar Battle R

As usual, PS Plus Extra and Premium users will be able to play the PS4 and PS5 games, but only Premium subscribers will be able to play the older additions.

If you have PlayStation Plus Essential, you can only play the Monthly Games. In March, you can play Sifu, F1 23, Hello Neighbour 2, and Destiny 2: The Witch Queen.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is one of our top picks. Fans of comic books and people who became fans of real-time strategy games after Baldur’s Gate 3 should check it out. The game is great for tactical action because it has a story that is easy to follow, card game features that keep combat interesting, and blockbuster cutscenes.

Also, Resident Evil 3 is the remake of the 1999 horror favorite that came out in 2020. Nemesis, a huge group of evil dead people, is after special agent Jill Valentine in this dangerous game of cat and mouse. Will she make it out of Raccoon City alive in a world full of zombies? You decide what will happen to her.

NBA 2K24 is a big hit with basketball fans because it has updated teams and player moves. The well-known PS1 snowboard racing game Cool Boarders is one of this month’s favorites.

Sony is also putting My Hero Academia Season 1 on the Sony Pictures Core app starting April 1. This is in addition to other anime shows from the Crunchyroll viewing service.


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