The end of March is coming in quick and even though a vast swathe of PlayStation fans might be clamouring for PS5 news (after a dry but informative video came out last week), loyal fans are also curious what PS Plus games will be free to download to keep them entertained during the global lockdown.
Though we don't know what Sony is going to announce just yet – PS Plus games have always been announced on the last Wednesday of the month, with the games becoming available on the first Tuesday of the month – there are still some games you can pick up super cheap on PSN.
All the deals listed below, on this page, run out on April 1st, so if anything catches your eye, you're going to want to snap them up quickly.
Here's what you can nab.
PlayStation Plus (commonly referred to as PS Plus or PS+) is Sony's PlayStation subscription service, primarily used to access online gaming on your PS4.
However, there are plenty more benefits on top, including two free PS4 games every month, exclusive PlayStation Store discounts, and 100GB of cloud storage for game saves.
How much does PlayStation Plus cost?
You can join PS Plus on a one, three or 12-month recurring payment plan, with costs ranging from as little as £6.99 for one month, up to £49.99 for the yearly option.
Choose a 12 month PS Plus membership and, by paying annually, you'll save 40% compared to paying monthly, and 37% compared to the three-month membership plan.
Can I try PlayStation Plus before I subscribe?
Yes! If you have never been a member of PlayStation Plus before, you can try it free for 14 days.
Want more details?
Follow the link to read Sony's PlayStation Plus membership guide, together with the terms and conditions.
PS Plus – April 2020 announcements incoming
We're anticipating that Sony will announce the PlayStation Plus April 2020 lineup on Wednesday, March 25th, in just two days time.
If you want to set yourself an alarm or reminder with Siri, Google or Alexa then take note that the PS Plus lineup is normally announced at 4.30pm GMT on the day.
Of course, this week month is a bit up in the air (pun not intended) because of the Covid-19 pandemic and its knock-on impact on announcements, events and messaging.
As such, we could see a delay in the announcement of these titles – it remains to be seen.
We'll keep you updated as soon as anything gets announced.
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