Sony revealed Monday what games it plans to offer for free in March as part of its Playstation Plus subscription service. The list includes five games in all with four for the PS3 and one for the PS Vita.
The March Instant Game Collection for Playstation Plus will feature the critically acclaimed "Specs Ops: The Line" plus "Joe Danger 2: The Movie" and the recently released DoubleFine Studios production, "The Cave", all on the PS3. Meanwhile, RPG classic "Disgaea 3: Absence of Detention" and the PSP version of "Tekken 6" will be available for free for PS Vita owners.
"Spec Ops: The Line" will his the Instant Game Collection first on March 5 with the other four titles to be released over the remaining weeks.
Those interested in games like "Guardians of Middle Earth" will need to pick them up soon as they will be rotated out of the Instant Game Collection starting March 5.
PS Plus costs $49.99 for a full year but Sony is currently running a promotion where you get $10 back if you spend $50 on PSN. This includes the Playstation Plus subscription.
Via: PS Blog