PlayStation Plus Subscribers Get Four Games In March, Including Final Fantasy 7 Remake

As February draws to a close, Sony has announced what PlayStation Plus subscribers will receive in March.

This month Sony gave a clear pretext for PS Plus by including Final Fantasy 7 Remake for PlayStation 4 in its giveaway. Unfortunately for fans, the remake only covers the Midgard adventure. Cloud and his team are trying to confront the Shinra Corporation, and destroy the reactors that drain the spiritual energy of the planet.

On Metacritic, users agreed that Square Enix managed to update the classics, and the game received 8.2 from gamers and 87 points from journalists.

Note that the other day Square Enix announced an updated Final Fantasy 7 Remake for PlayStation 5 with improved graphics. Players who have already purchased FF7 will receive the updated version for free. However, this does not apply to the version received on PS Plus.

The second PlayStation 4 title will be Remnant: From the Ashes, a survival shooter set in randomly generated worlds. Using portals, the main character goes to different universes in order to find the source of evil that destroyed the Earth, and actually put an end to it. Remnant: From the Ashes can be played alone or in online co-op for up to three people.

A PS Plus exclusive for PlayStation 5 owners is Maquette. The game developers took recursion as a basis. In the center of the map there is an exact copy of the location in which the player is located. By manipulating objects on it, you will be able to solve the logical and not very logical tasks set before you.

If you have not only PS Plus, but also PlayStation VR, you can play Farpoint shooter. Having fallen into an unfamiliar planet, the player will have to explore it and fight off local inhabitants who are not happy with strangers.

The games will be available from March 2 to April 5.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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