The hype starts to arise through several internet sites and communities. Which game will be in the PS Plus game set for March 2018?
The month of February is coming to an end and rumors about the games that will be available during the month of March in the Playstation Plus subscriber program for free have begun to emerge through various forums and websites. After a month in February where subscribers of PS Plus have received titles like Knack and RiME, the players hope to continue with this level of quality in the following months.
The bet of Sony during the past month has been very successful offering a title like Knack, highly anticipated by all subscribers for months within the service of PS Plus and RiME, the title of third-person adventures that was launched last year. Everything indicates that Sony will continue with the trend to offer games that were present at the premiere of Playstation 4, which are exclusive to the platform and other titles that were launched relatively recently and have not had the success that was expected of them.
Some internet sites introduce this type of games within their pools. Games like The Order 1886, Bastion or Assassin's Creed Revelations are among the possible free titles offered by Sony during the month of March 2018. We review all the titles present in these rumors to see the possibilities of appearing within the Free Playstation Plus games during the month of March 2018.
The Order 1886
One of the most criticized titles since its release for its short duration, its large number of cinematics and poor game mechanics. The exclusive title of Playstation 4 was seen as a technical test for the Sony console and although its graphic quality is very high it did not satisfy the players.
An adventure game in top view that is also present in the Sony portable console. If launched as a free PS Plus game in March, it would be very likely present as a crossbuy offer and available on both PS4 and PSVita. This means that to appear as a free game in March would be available automatically on both platforms.
The title developed by Supergiant Games has an indie cut that was very well received by the community for the careful visual aspect of the game and the proximity to other classic RPGs in its playable section.
Assassin's Creed Revelations
Thanks to the success of Assassin's Creed Origins, Ubisoft could reach an agreement with Sony to offer one of the titles of the saga within the free games of the month of March. The giant of video games has already reached agreements with Sony in the past and it can be quite simple to see some more title of the saga of Assassin's Creed among the free Playstation Plus games.
Although other more current titles like Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag would be better received, Revelations was one of the most grateful deliveries by the community, so much so that Ubisoft has released it in a remastered format on various platforms, including Playstation 4 and PC.
Another candidate that is among the lists of free games for the month of March is Shovel Knight. Framed within the indie court titles of the game offering for subscribers of PS Plus, Shovel Knight is currently available on the Playstation Store at a price of € 24.99. It has appeared numerous times within the offers of the Sony store and its Shovel Knight edition: Treasure Trove offers all the downloadable content of the title developed by Yacht Club Games.
The platform game recreates the adventures of the classic action that offered many recognized titles of platforms of 8 bits of yesteryear like Ninja Gaiden or any of the classics of Castlevania.
A big month for Playstation Plus
According to the indications of one of the employees of Sony Playstation, the month of March will be one of the best of those that have happened in recent times. The statement was produced in an interview conducted by a YouTuber in a visit to the offices of Sony Spain.
If so, we could see a set of titles quite attractive during the next month of March. We will have to wait for the official announcement to know the free games within the subscribers program.