Starting today, the new "free" games for PS Plus will be available for download in March on Sony's PS5 and PS4. The full versions will be released in the course of today, presumably as usual in the morning after a PSN update.

We have known for a few days which "free" games are available this time, even if the publisher announced this a little later than usual. The JRPG Final Fantasy 7 Remake, the PSVR-exclusive shooter Farpoint and the action role-playing game Remnant: From the Ashes are waiting for you on PS4. PS5 owners don't look into the tube, thanks to backward compatibility, they too can access the games. The free upgrade to Final Fantasy 7 Remake: Intergrade to PS5 is unfortunately not possible with the PS Plus version.

The first-person puzzler Maquette is reserved exclusively for Playstation 5 owners.

Our video, which we have included for you, offers an impression of the new "free" games for PS Plus. Don't wait forever to download the new games: they will be available to you until April 5, 2021. Should Sony return to the usual rhythm of announcements at the end of March, you can expect the announcement of the "free" games for PS Plus on PS5 and PS4 in April 2021 on March 31, 2021.

On the same day on which the March games disappear, i.e. from April 5th, the new games will then be available for download from the Playstation Store. To be able to access them, you must have an active membership in Playstation Plus. For an annual subscription you have to pay 60 euros, a little more for shorter terms.

Keep an eye on our news section for all further developments regarding PS5, free games and everything else in the world of video games. Owners of a PS Plus subscription also get access to the PS Plus Collection on PS5, in which 20 games from the PS4 era are permanently "free" available, including Uncharted 4, Bloodborne and Until Dawn.



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