As an almost throwaway announcement during yesterday's State of Play stream, Sony revealed a number of the games included in the March lineup for PS Plus. Perhaps they were tired of the lists getting leaked just days before official announcements and decided to break the cycle. Nevertheless, it's another pretty good month for subscribers regardless of their respective tier.
Essential tier subscribers will get first-person shooter Battlefield 2042 on both PS4 and PS5, Diablo-esque dungeon crawler Minecraft Dungeons on PS4, and action RPG Code Vein on PS4. All three games will presumably be available on Tuesday, March 7th as long as PlayStation sticks to their normal release cadence.
Bumping things up a notch, Extra and (by default) Premium tier folks are getting co-op shooter Rainbow Six: Extraction, open-world RPG Immortals Fenyx Rising, first-person action game Ghostwire: Tokyo, adventure game Uncharted: The Legacy of Thieves Collection, and charming open-world adventure game Tchia - which is launching day one on the service. All of these titles should roll out starting Tuesday, March 21st - which checks out considering it is also the launch date for Tchia.