Last Chance To Download March 2022’s PlayStation Plus Games

One more chance.


It’s already April 2022, but that doesn’t mean you should just forget about March 2022’s PlayStation Plus line-up, as today is the last chance that you can claim these games before they’re swapped for 3 other games tomorrow.

For those who love survival games, Ark: Survival Evolved is the game for you. Trapped on a deserted island, you’ll have to forage for resources and build shelters to survive against the hostile creatures that’ll have you for breakfast in no time at all. Or, you can venture onto the PvP servers just to have another threat to contend with, you masochist you.

PS5 owners specifically can claim Ghostrunner, a cyberpunk adventure that might have slipped you by when it first launched. This is a chance to correct that mistake, as Ghostrunner’s compelling one-hit-kill sword-based gameplay and parkour making for a wonderful game. It’s a challenge, but a satisfying one.

If you’ve been getting jealous of Nintendo Switch owners because of the recent Mario Kart 8 Deluxe DLCTeam Sonic Racing is worth checking out. As the name would imply, Team Sonic Racing takes all the iconic characters from the Sonic franchise, sticks them in teams and has them racing in a format not to dissimilar to other Kart-based racing games. If nothing else, this’ll be a good one to play before you go watch Sonic The Hedgehog 2 at the cinema.

Finally, Ghost of Tsushima: Legends is a bonus game in March 2022’s line-up. While it’s not the full adventure, Legends is the standalone multiplayer expansion for Ghost of Tsushima, where players can choose to be one of four different classes, taking on co-op and competitive missions that take on a more mythological view than the main game’s grounded realism.

PS Plus subscribers need to claim these games before tomorrow in order to play them forever as part of their subscription. Once your PlayStation Plus subscription lapses, you’ll lose access to all these games.

READ MORE: When Does The New PlayStation Plus Launch?

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