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Here’s all the games coming to PlayStation Plus in March 2018

Update – 12/03/2018: 

This month’s selection of free titles are now available to download.

Original story follows: 

Sony has announced all of the free games coming to PS4, PS3 and PS Vita as part of PlayStation Plus in March 2018.

The headliner this month is From Software’s Bloodborne. The utterly fantastic gothic adventure is often regarded as one of the best games on PS4.

Insomniac Games’ Ratchet and Clank is the next big hitter. A remake of the PS2 classic, this platformer includes gorgeous visuals and fun, addictive gameplay to boot.

This is a brilliant duo of games well worth downloading and, as usual, they’ll remain in your digital library and be playable with an active subscription.

Related: Upcoming PS4 Games

We’ve compiled the complete list of March PlayStation Plus titles below including all of the PS3 and PS Vita additions:

  • Bloodborne (PS4)
  • Ratchet and Clank (PS4)
  • Legend of Kay: Anniversary (PS3)
  • Mighty No. 9 (PS3)
  • Claire: Extended Cut (PS Vita)
  • Bombing Busters (PS Vita)

Sony also confirmed on the PlayStation Blog that some changes are coming to the service. From March 2019, PS3 and PS Vita titles will no longer be included in the free monthly selection. It will instead focus primarily on PS4 games.

Related: God of War

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