March 2021 PS Plus Free Games Predictions

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The Bigger Game – A Plague Tale: Innocence

PS Plus Free Games Predictions

While the March 2021 PS Plus free games have yet to be announced, we have some PS Plus predictions as to what might be included.

For the current month of February, Sony has gifted PS Plus subscribers with three games including Destruction AllStars only for PS4, Control: Ultimate Edition for both PS4 and PS5, and Concrete Genie for PS4.

Starting with the ‘bigger’ game for March that’s more well-known and often headlines the list, we predict A Plague Tale: Innocence developed by Asobo Studio and published by Focus Home Interactive seems like a possible inclusion.

It originally released last year in May 2019, coming out on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

It was received very well critically, and managed to hit one million sales one year after it launched.

Its action-adventure/horror stealth gameplay would fit right in with the types of games Sony has included in the past, and would appeal to a wide array of audiences.

A Plague Tale: Innocence also goes on sale for PS Plus users every second month like clockwork since 2019, dropping its price from $49.99 to as low as $14.99.

With these low and frequent sales in mind, A Plague Tale: Innocence seems like a likely contender for PS Plus, if not next month then sometime very soon.

The Smaller Game – Everybody’s Golf

PS Plus Free Games Predictions

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Our second prediction focuses on what smaller, more indie-esque game might make the PS Plus list for March 2021, and we choose 2017’s Everybody’s Golf published by Sony itself for a couple reasons.

Firstly, it’s always an easy choice for Sony to pick its free game from its own list of published/developed works. Examples of this are numerous but some more recent ones include Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End in April 2020 and Shadow of the Colossus in March 2020.

Secondly, Everybody’s Golf is currently on sale at 25% off until March 4, and games that enter sales frequently (especially those that have been out for 3+ years like this title) are much more likely to become PS Plus games than games at full price.

Finally, Sony often opts to include online co-op games as often as it can on PS Plus. This has been happening more frequently with COVID-19 this last year as well.

Everybody’s Golf allows local co-up with up to four people, but more impressively has online multiplayer functionality with up to 20 people. It would be a great way for big groups of friends to have fun together for free while social distancing.

Sony should announce the offical PS Plus games list in the next week or so. Make sure to check back with Twinfinite to see what you’ll be getting for free.

About the author

Haley MacLean

Video games are a true unification of art and technology, and Haley was amped to be able to write about them during her tenure at Twinfinite. A lover of all things Nintendo, obsessed with narrative driven games, and hopes the couch co-op genre makes a return soon. BA/BJ/MJ from University of King's College, NS, Canada. Haley was a Staff Writer for Twinfinite from 2016 to 2021 with a focus on covering all things The Sims and Nintendo.