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Sony releases free PS4 games for PS Plus March 2019: Report

A recent report confirmed that the selection of free PS4 games for PS Plus March 2019 line-up is going live soon for the members who have subscriptions with PlayStation Plus.

Sony revealed the PS Plus March 2019 line-up last week, and the line-up is headlined by free PS4 games Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness. Sony, a few weeks back already announced that the March 2019 line-up of PS Plus will only feature PS4 games.

There have been reports that Sony has dropped PS3 and PS Vita games from PlayStation Plus, and PS Plus February 2019 was the last line-up for the said console users. However, PS3 and PS Vita users this time will get a bit longer to download the PS Plus February 2019 lineup including the last PS Plus games for PS Vita and PS3.

The PS Plus February 2019 line-up had Hitman and For Honor as the two free games for the PS4 users in February. Both the games will be swapped out today, as per reports.

A report confirms that the PS Plus March 2019 line-up, which is headlined by Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness will be available to download from 10 am UK time.

On the other hand, PS Plus members who are using PS3 and PS Vita consoles can download their free games until Friday, March 8. These games are Metal Gear Solid 4 Guns of the Patriots (PS3), Gunhouse (PS Vita, Rogue Aces (PS Vita and PS4) and Divekick (PS3 and PS Vita).

The Hitman 2, which is one of the free games for the PS Plus February 2019 line-up contains the New Zealand level in its entirety. PS4 users cannot only play story mission in Hitman 2, but they can also attempt all of the challenges and mastery levels in the levels.

“Travel to New Zealand and join Agent 47 on his hunt for the elusive Shadow Client, only to find himself caught in a dangerous turn of events. Can you get out alive get familiar with the unique replayability of Hitman 2 by creatively experimenting, improvising, and completing all the challenges that Hawke’s Bay has to offer.”

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