PlayStation Plus March 2022 Games Revealed

Ark: Survival Evolved, Team Sonic Racing, Ghostrunner, and Ghost of Tsushima: Legends will make their way to the PlayStation Plus service in March 2022.

Coming out for the PlayStation 4 is Studio Wildcard’s MMO survival game Ark: Survival Evolved. After being stranded on an island, players must contend with prehistoric animals like dinosaurs, natural hazards, and even other human players. Both single player and multiplayer options have been included.

Also coming out for the PlayStation 4 is SEGA’s Team Sonic Racing. 15 characters from the Sonic the Hedgehog universe will hit the track as they perform tricks, drift, and collect power-ups. You can find our review of the title here.

Meanwhile, All In! Games and 505 Games’ Ghostrunner for the PlayStation 5 has players dashing, jumping, wall-running, and grappling as Jack the Ghostrunner. Players can also use the Sensory Boost, which gives Jack the power to slow down time and dodge in midair.

Finally, Sucker Punch and PlayStation Studios’ Ghost of Tsushima: Legends is a co-op multiplayer mode for Ghost of Tsushima. Together, players will take on new missions based on Japanese mythology through Quickplay, Story, Survival, Rivals and Challenges.

Learn more with the PlayStation Access video for the game below:

PlayStation Plus Monthly Games – PS5 & PS4 – March 2022

All titles will be available to download starting March 1.

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