Sony will release the March 2022 PlayStation Plus games that PS Plus subscribers on PS4 and PS5 will be able to add to their library for "free" later this week. If history repeats itself, a trio of games will be released on March 1, the first Tuesday of the month. We know this since the free PS Plus titles for each month are always released on the first Tuesday of the month. There is no reason to believe that this will alter. For a variety of factors, we anticipate a disappointing product.
At least a couple of the free PlayStation Plus titles for March 2022 have been previewed ahead of time by a notoriously trustworthy leaker.
Billbil-kun, a Dealabs user who has been accurately revealing the PS Plus lineups every month since September 2021, was noticeably absent last month.
However, they have reappeared this month with a more subtle means of allegedly announcing the titles for March 2022.
Instead of placing the list on the site's main deal pages, as is customary, they placed a more ambiguous remark in the site's forum.
"Hello or good evening to all," they wrote on Facebook. "I've lately become interested in Ark Survival Evolved and Team Sonic Racing, and I'd like to purchase both to play on my PlayStation 5."
"Because I don't have much money, I'm hesitant to buy them." But, well, maybe I'll wait till the beginning of next month."
If the clue is correct, Ark Survival Evolved and Team Sonic Racing will both be available on PS Plus beginning March 2, when the present games are deleted.
Sony normally releases at least three PlayStation Plus games every month, and since the PlayStation 5's introduction, at least one PS Plus title has been either PS5-enhanced or PS5-only.
Because both Ark Survival Evolved and Team Sonic Racing are PS4 games, it's probable that they won't be the only two games released in March, and that another PS5 title will be unveiled.
The PlayStation Plus games for February 2022 are available to claim until March 2. Planet Coaster, Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep, and UFC 4 are among them.
In December, PlayStation purportedly announced plans for an Xbox Game Pass competitor service.