PlayStation Plus Members Can Play These 3 Free Games in March 2023

by Farhan Yousaf

Gamers, we have some exciting news for you! The next free games for PlayStation Plus members are here finally, and they are three good games that will keep you busy. Battlefield 2042, Minecraft Dungeons, and Code Vein are the PS Plus games for March 2023. You can get them from March 7 to April 3.

PlayStation unveiled these freebies during February’s State of Play livestream, and subscribers can add them to their library regardless of their membership tier.

PlayStation Plus free games for March 2023: from March 7-April 3

  • Battlefield 2042 (PS5, PS4)
  • Minecraft Dungeons (PS4)
  • Code Vein (PS4)

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Battlefield 2042 (PS5, PS4)

Free Games in March 2023

Both the PS5 and PS4 versions of Battlefield 2042 will be up for grabs, and with consistent updates rolling out since its rocky launch in 2021, players can expect an improved online experience and increased player counts.

Minecraft Dungeons (PS4)

Free Games in March 2023

Minecraft Dungeons is a family-friendly cooperative game that takes inspiration from Diablo. Played from an isometric perspective, it’s all about slashing your way through enemies in search of new loot. The game is best to play with friends, and it’s a great way to scratch that Diablo itch while waiting for Diablo 4.

Code Vein (PS4)

Code Vein, on the other hand, is an action-RPG that takes cues from the souls-like genre and has a flashy anime aesthetic. The Bandai Namco-published game has strong combat, cool environments, and a lengthy campaign that can be played solo or with a friend.

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The PlayStation Plus games for March 2023 have something for everyone, from FPS and action-RPG games to cooperative games that are good for the whole family.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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