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PS Plus Game Catalog Gets Ghostwire Tokyo, Dragon Ball Z Kakarot in March 2023

PS Plus Game Catalog March 2023

Sony revealed the next games joining its PS Plus Game Catalog for March 2023. The selection is led by some big-name titles, including Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire Tokyo, CyberConnect2’s Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, and the day 1 release of Tchia. The games will be available from March 21, 2023.

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The PlayStation Plus Game Catalog is available to PS Plus subscribers with an Extra or Premium tier. Subscribers at the Essential tier received free games last week. Besides Ghostwire Tokyo, Kakarot, and Tchia, the March 2023 game catalog also Life is Strange: True Colors, and Life is Strange 2, the latest games in the series. Fans of The World Ends With You will also be able to play its sequel, Neo: The World Ends With YouFinal Fantasy enthusiasts can also check out Final Fantasy Type-0 HD, which was once conceived as a companion game of sorts to both Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XV.

The PS Plus Premium-exclusive classic additions will also see the addition of Ridge Racer Type 4, Ape Academy 2, and Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror.

Here’s the full list of additions to the PS Plus Game Catalog for March 2023. They’re organized by subscription tier and based on the North American offering.

PS Plus Essentials Free Games

  • Battlefield 2042
  • Code Vein
  • Minecraft Dungeons

PlayStation Plus Extra Game Catalog

  • Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
  • Final Fantasy Type-0 HD
  • Ghostwire Tokyo
  • Haven
  • Immortals: Fenyx Rising
  • Life is Strange 2
  • Life is Strange: True Colors
  • Neo: The World Ends With You
  • Rage 2
  • Street Fighter V Champion Edition
  • Tchia
  • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction
  • Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection
  • Untitled Goose Game

PlayStation Plus Premium PS Classics

  • Ape Academy 2
  • Ridge Racer Type 4
  • Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror
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