PS Plus March 2019 Games Lineup Announced, Down From Six To Just Two Now
Sony has announced the PS Plus March 2019 games lineup and despite removing PS3 and PS Vita games, the quantity remains the same for PS4 users.
PS3 and PS Vita games have been removed from the PS Plus service beginning in March. Sony hasn’t announced anything about how they are planning to replace them, but if the upcoming month is any indication, they don’t want to increase the number of games.
PS Plus March 2019 games lineup includes Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness. That’s it for the free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers.
Starting from March 5th, you should be able to download these games for the PS4 depending on an active subscription of PS Plus.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered is the remake of Modern Warfare by Raven Software. It launched alongside Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. This remaster also includes multiplayer support so if you are itching for some classic Call of Duty action, that should satisfy your itch.
The Witness is a first-person puzzle game from Jonathan Blow, the creator of Braid. It launched exclusively for the PS4 and was later ported to the PC and Xbox One. The Witness not only offers some clever puzzles but also features gorgeous visuals.