PlayStation Plus March 2023 Game Catalog Update Highlighted by Ghostwire Tokyo
As the end of February nears and March begins, so too does the end of another free PlayStation Plus games catalog. For PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 owners, that means 11 more titles will soon be added to the collection of over 100 PS4 and PS5 games that can be downloaded and played at no additional charge.
As usual, the games will be available to PS Plus subscribers for two weeks starting on the first Tuesday of the month. That means March 2 for North America and March 3 for Europe.
This month’s batch of games is headlined by Ghostwire: Tokyo, the upcoming action-adventure game from Bethesda and Tango Gameworks. Other notable games include Nioh Remastered, which was originally released for PS4 in February 2017, and Outlast 2, the first-person horror game that released for PS4 in April 2017.
Here’s the full list of games that will be added to the PS Plus catalog in March:
Ghostwire: Tokyo (PS5)
Nioh Remastered (PS4)
Outlast 2 (PS4)
Dirt 5 (PS4/PS5)
Stronghold: Warlords (PS4)
Call of Cthulhu (PS4)
Destruction AllStars (PS5)
This month’s lineup of games is impressive, offering something for everyone. PlayStation 5 owners in particular will be pleased with the selection of PS5 games, which includes the highly anticipated Ghostwire: Tokyo.
For PlayStation 4 owners, Nioh Remastered and Outlast 2 are both excellent games that are well worth checking out. And for those who haven’t made the jump to PS5 yet, PS4 games like Dirt 5 and Subnautica are still well worth playing.
As always, remember that you’ll need to have an active PlayStation Plus subscription to download and play these games. If you don’t have a PS Plus subscription, you can sign up for one here.