Sony Interactive Entertainment has now revealed the next set of games to be included in its monthly PlayStation Plus program, with March 2017 including the likes of Media Molecule’s Tearaway Unfolded, High Horse Entertainment’s Disc Jam, and more. Interestingly enough, the announcement confirms a leak that revealed this months’ games for the service earlier this week by way of a flyer making the rounds online.
As officially confirmed on the US PlayStation Blog, PS4 users who subscribe to the online gaming utility can now download Tearaway Unfolded, which is the remastered console version of the PlayStation Vita title simply known as Tearaway. The other prominently listed game for PlayStation Plus fans to nab in March 2017 is Disc Jam, which is an action-sports game that allows 2 to 4 players to take on one another in matches that could be described as a combination of both air hockey and tennis.
Of course, while Tearaway Unfolded and Disc Jam might satisfy the needs of some fans, PlayStation Plus’ monthly allotment of games typically don’t include just two titles, and offerings for March 2017 are no different. As a matter of fact, Rising Star Games’ PS4 and Vita cross buy title Lumo can also be downloaded alongside the aforementioned games through March.
Not to mention, French Bread’s visual novel and 2D fighting game crossover Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late and Sandlot’s Earth Defense Force 2025 are both available on PlayStation 3. And finally, PS Vita users are privy to DrinkBox Studios’ dungeon crawler Severed with PlayStation Plus’ offerings for March 2017.
Naturally, with March having officially begun, this means that PlayStation Plus’ games for February 2017 won’t be free for much longer, as Sony will still give fans the chance to grab any titles they might have missed from last month before the March 7. Depending on one’s tastes, it’s difficult to say whether or not February or March provide better choices, but with last month giving fans the opportunity to nab LittleBigPlanet 3 and Not a Hero for free, some might argue that March’s offerings look paltry by comparison.
PlayStation Plus subscribers can download March 2017’s free games right now.