The free PlayStation Plus Essential games for March 2023 have been announced

PlayStation announced March’s free games for the Essential tier, as well as a small portion of the free games coming to Extra, ahead of schedule during its State of Play live stream held this week.

Despite the early announcement, they are still added to the subscription service on the first and third Tuesday of the month, respectively. This is March 7 for Essential games and March 21 for the Extra games.

We remind you that Essential is the basic level that allows you to play online. Each month there are three to five games to claim within that time period, which you can then access as long as your account has an active subscription. Extra is like a video streaming service for games, you get access to hundreds of titles, but they can be removed at any time.

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Essential’s titles for March are online military shooters Battlefield 2042 (PS5), randomly generated hack-and-slasher Minecraft Dungeons (PS4) and open world anime action game Code vein (PS4).

They will get additional subscribers Tea (PS5, Ps4), a brand new indie exploration title coming to the service on its release day.

There are also big names in the world of Naughty Dog Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (PS5) and last year’s first-person martial arts/supernatural mash-up Ghostwire Tokyo (PS5), as well as Ubisoft Breath of the Wild-similarly Immortals: Fenyx Rising (PS5/PS4) and Tom Clancy branded tactical shooter Rainbow Six Export (PS5/PS4).

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Further Extra (and Premium) free-to-play games are expected to be announced on Wednesday March 15, and PS4-only titles are playable on PS5 via backwards compatibility.

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