March is just a few days away so Sony has announced what games will be dished out to players as part of March’s PlayStation Plus offerings. It’s a decent month, but there’s an elephant in the room that Sony isn’t addressing.
The two PS4 games being given away in March are Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness. Both are decent games in their own right and Modern Warfare 4 Remastered is a surprisingly decent game to be included in PS Plus. However, March also sees the end of PS Plus support for PS3 and PS Vita. This was known for a while as Sony announced last year that support for the legacy consoles would be coming to an end in March 2019. What wasn’t known was if the platform holder would up the amount of PS4 games to compensate by the loss of PS3 and Vita titles, or perhaps add some PS Now or PSVR games to the lineup.
Well, we have our answer today, and it’s a solid ‘nope’. This month will only see two PS4 game and nothing else. There is no replacement for the PS3 and PS Vita games. Granted, cloud storage has been expanded to 100GB, but it’s hard to get excited about storage space unless you’re an actual professional hoarder.
Source: PlayStation Blog
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