PS Plus March 2022 Games Lineup Has Leaked, Ghost of Tsushima Legends and More
PS Plus users will be able to enjoy Ghost of Tsushima Legends, Team Sonic Racing, and Ghostrunner in March 2022 according to a leak.
The leaked list of PS Plus games was posted by Dealabs and it appears to list these three games that will be added to the PS Plus subscription service. Out of these three games, Ghost of Tsushima Legends and Ghostrunner are unconfirmed in terms of their platforms so they could be PS5 only, or for both PS4 and PS5. Meanwhile, Team Sonic Racing was only released for the PS4 so it is confirmed for it.
Here are the confirmed games for PS Plus in March 2022. (Update: It is officially confirmed)
- Ghost of Tsushima: Legends (PS4/PS5)
- Team Sonic Racing (PS4)
- Ghostrunner (PS5)
- Ark Survival Evolved (PS4)
Ghost of Tsushima: Legends was released for the PS4 and PS5. It is a small standalone multiplayer game that was released for the PS4 and PS5. Here are some details on this standalone multiplayer expansion. It can be purchased for $19.99.
Ghost of Tsushima: Legends is an online co-op multiplayer experience* inspired by Japanese mythology. Choose from four classes – Samurai, Hunter, Ronin or Assassin – and play with friends or via online matchmaking in two-player story missions, four-player survival missions or the new Rivals Mode.
– Rivals mode – compete in two teams of two to defeat waves of enemies and collect Magatama to use against your rival team.
– Gear Mastery system – activate Mastery Challenges, upgrade gear to level 120, and more.
– Content drops from 10 September to 1 October 2021 – look out for new maps and Trials of Iyo.
The other games in the monthly games lineup include Team Sonic Racing, which is a PS4 only release with no PS5 upgrade. Ghostrunner is a first-person platformer that received a free PS5 upgrade so it could be offered as a PS5 exclusive.
Sony will make the official announcement tomorrow so there is not much time left in getting a confirmation if this leaked lineup is true, but the source hasn’t been wrong so far and has a solid track record.