PlayStation Plus March 2022 Games: Worth Playing or Not?

The last two months of PlayStation Plus have brought niche games and standalones. March, however, spices things up with four games instead of the regular three. Nevertheless, did Sony offer a new mediocre month, or are these games really worth your attention? Continue reading to find out our opinion on the PlayStation Plus Games for March 2022.


Credit: 505 Games

One of the two games for PS5 this month, Ghostrunner is certainly a game worth having a look at. Boasting exhilarating parkour action, coupled with some combat mechanics, makes it an addictive experience. Launched in 2020, the game garnered positive reviews and while it is not a blockbuster title, it is a a fairly good one. Giving the fact that PlayStation Plus subscribers get the PS5 version of the game, those of you that are lucky to have one could definitely spend some time with Ghostrunner.

Ark: Survival Evolved

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Ark: Survival Evolved, the most well-known game on this list, is a survival MMO that has captured the interest of millions of players. It is also the oldest game here on the list, having launched in 2017. As a result, those of you who would have wanted to play this game have most likely already done so.

There is not much we can say about it , only that is certainly an underwhelming offering by PlayStation. Last month, PlayStation offered Borderlands spin-off Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep, a game launched all the way back in 2013, so there’s precedent. Ark: Survival Evolved, like the following title on the list, will be available solely in PS4 version.

Team Sonic Racing

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The most interesting game offered by Sony in March must be Team Sonic Racing. A competitive, arcade racing game that lets players face-off against friends and foes multiplayer, as well as locally. Inspired by the great Mario Kart series, the blue hedgehog makes his way into the universe of silly arcade racers. It is a very enchanting game, that is best played with friends around the couch, trying to compete for the most wins.

Here at the office, we get heated over this and Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, so we really recommend this. While some might consider these types of games niche ones, it certainly is a sizeable upgrade from the game offered in previous months.

Ghost of Tsushima: Legends

Credit: Sucker Punch Productions

The biggest surprise of this month, Ghost of Tsushima: Legends, will be offered as a bonus game in March. Another standalone expansion, it looks like Sony is trying to push as many of these around as they can. First Godfall: Challenger Edition, then Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep, and now Ghost of Tsushima: Legends.

The Legends mode of Sucker Punch’s remarkable game should not be overlooked. Its many modes and multiplayer fun are absolutely unique, and it offers players hours upon hours of multiplayer fun. However, it’s not about game per-say, but about the strategy. While it’s nice that it’s a bonus game this time around and not one of the three main spots, it’s still a little disappointing to see half-and-quarter games every month.

To conclude, this month is definitely superior to the previous one. While not all four games are appropriate for all kinds of gamers, they are all worth a shot. Also, PlayStation’s practice of releasing independent expansions of games is, to say the least, confusing. A good range of games, on the other hand, was eagerly requested by subscribers, and Sony delivered.

The PlayStation Plus Games will be available on Tuesday, the 1st of March.

The Verdict: A solid lineup of games with enough variety to avoid the niche particularities of last month’s games.

What are your thoughts?  Will you play any of the games this month, or will you just put them in the library and forget about them? Tell us what you think in the comments section below!

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