PlayStation Plus Essential: What Will Sony Begin Spring 2024 With?

February has flown by, so once again it’s time to take a look at the games that all PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to add to their library during the month of March (as long as they have a subscription).


This time, however, it’s the good old habit that’s back, as we haven’t had a chance to mention the fact that a French-language website (Dealabs) leaked the three games that PlayStation Plus Essential, PlayStation Plus Extra and PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers will have access to next month on several occasions over the course of almost a year to the day, sometimes days before Wednesday’s announcement, by an insider named billbil-kun. At the moment, we only have a partial leak from him, so it’s likely that only one game will be included. According to him, Sifu (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4) is one of the titles on the list. What are the other two?

Well, not two, but three! Sifu is indeed part of the lineup (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), with F1 23 (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4) coming alongside it as the 2024 season kicks off this weekend (and Electronic Arts has already announced F1 24). The third game on our list is Hello Neighbor 2 (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4). Surprisingly, there’s also a fourth title, Destiny 2: Witch Queen (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4; base game required, but free to download from PlayStation Store). Subscribers will also receive The Finals S.O. Sleek Bundle (2 epic costumes, 12 epic weapon skins). The games will be available from March 5th to April 1st.

Remember, you still have until March 4 to catch up on your February games. As a reminder, the titles in question are Foamstars (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4), Rollerdrome (PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4) and Steelrising (PlayStation 5), two shooters and an action RPG. The March lineup is very different.

Is the March lineup better than the February lineup? That’s up to the user to decide…

Source: Dealabs, PS Blog

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