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Final Fantasy VII Remake highlights the PS Plus Free Games for March

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Update:
The lineup is now confirmed by a post on the PlayStation Blog. PlayStation Asia Accounts will receive Knack 2 instead of Remnant: From the Ashes.

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After seeing what was arguably one of the best PS Plus lineups in recent memory which featured Control Ultimate Edition, the free games for March have allegedly been revealed and it looks to be another banger of a month for PS Plus subscribers.

As spotted by Nibel on Twitter, the offerings for this month actually include 4 (!!!) games – Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4), Farpoint VR (PS4), Remnant: From the Ashes (PS4), and Maquette (PS5). This was apparently leaked by the official PlayStation Netherlands Facebook Account, but has since deleted it. While sometimes, the lineup per region may differ, it could stand that this would be the main offering for most.

It was leaked prior that FF7 Remake was going to be included in the offerings, but of course was hard to believe since there wasn’t any confirmation. It is interesting to note that the FF7R copy that players will be getting from PS Plus cannot be upgraded to Intergrade, so you’ll still have to purchase that Intergrade separately if you want to play the upgraded PS5 version.

As a note, Sony have not announced this yet on the PlayStation Blog where they usually do, so we’ll have to wait until confirmation comes in the form of an official announcement.

As always, these games are free as long as you’re subscribed to the PS Plus service and will be available starting March until April. Also, don’t forget that you’ve got until April 5 to download Destruction All Stars before it leaves the lineup!

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