It won’t be long before the new PS Plus March 2019 lineup is available to download on PS4 and PS4 Pro.
And that also means that a few free games will be disappearing from the PlayStation Store too.
The big PS Store refresh is scheduled for Tuesday, March 5, and it will change a few things around.
The good news is that PS Plus subscribers will soon be able to download Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness.
They’re both cracking games to add to your digital library and provide different gameplay styles to enjoy.
Both games will remain available to download until early April, and they help to continue to make PlayStation Plus a worthwhile investment.
The bad news is that the February free games lineup will also be replaced, meaning we only have days to go until some top titles are removed.
Right now, PS Plus subscribers can add Hitman and For Honor to their digital libraries.
Steller games in their own right, these will be replaced on March 5 and will not be coming back to the PlayStation Plus collection in the future.
There’s also the question of the final PS3 and PS Vita games to download this week.
Sony has decided to remove these older titles from the monthly PlayStation Plus lineup.
This means that the current batch will also be the last you can download and add to your library.
This includes Divekick on PS3, which is also a Cross-Buy item with PS Vita, and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots.
Fans can also add Gunhouse to their PS Vita, alongside Rogue Aces, which is a Cross-Buy with the PS4.
Sony has chosen to remove these items from the official PS Plus lineup a little later than usual, meaning they can be found in the PlayStation Store until March 8.
Here’s more from Sony, who confirmed: “As a reminder, PS3 and PS Vita games will no longer be part of the monthly games line-up for PS Plus.
“If you haven’t added the following PS3 and PS Vita titles from the February games line-up to your library yet, they will remain available until 8th March 2019.
“Any PS3 and PS Vita games you’ve already downloaded, or will download, prior to 8th March 2019 won’t be affected by this change.
“Those games will still be part of your PS Plus games library as long as you remain a member. Your game saves, and other benefits of PS Plus will also remain the same.”
It means from now on; Sony will be providing only two games for download as part of their PS Plus subscription service, at least for the immediate future.
However, this could also mean that they might offer more free trials too.
Limited time demos have been popping up on the PlayStation Store recently and hopefully; more will be arriving following the removal of PS Vita and PS3 support.