PlayStation Plus subscribers have been waiting every month for the free video games that Sony will offer. Now, PS Plus users will be pleased as the list of unpaid games for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita is already revealed.
According to GameSpot, Sony already divulged the list of March 2017 free video games for PlayStation Plus subscribers. The line-up is consist of six games with cross-buy support delivering the PlayStation 4 owners a total of three unpaid games namely: "Tearaway Unfolded", "Disc Jam" and "Lumo."
It was also noted that "Disc Jam" is a newly released game but it will be free right out of the box for PlayStation Plus members. Additionally, Sony also freshly held a beta test for the said video game.
For reference, "Disc Jam" is a mixture of air hockey and tennis, wherein the gamers will try to recover a glowing disc throughout the game by means of capacities and protecting the player's end zones. It also supports one-on-one or two-on-two gameplay using a variation of characters with exceptional skills.
Meanwhile, IGN has learned that the PlayStation Plus subscribers with PlayStation Vita consoles will have "Severed" and "Lumo" on the cards for this month's free games. The latter is also applicable for PlayStation 4 via cross-buy. Last but not the least, PlayStation 3 owners subscribed to PlayStation Plus will enjoy free "Earth Defense Force 2025" and "Under Night: In-Birth".
As of the moment, PlayStation Plus subscribers could still enjoy the free Games lineup for February 2017. The list includes "LittleBigPlanet 3" and "Not a Hero" for PlayStation 4, "Starwhal" and "Anna" Extended Edition for PlayStation 3 and for PlayStation Vita "Ninja Senki DX" and "TorqueL."
The free video games for PlayStation Plus subscribers that can be accessed on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita will become available on March 7. This will be the first Tuesday of the month and it has been Sony's tradition to deliver the free games during this time.