Tchia leads the March PlayStation Plus Game Catalog additions

Alongside Life is Strange: True Colors, Ghostwire: Tokyo, and many more.

Sony Interactive Entertainment has unveiled the next bundle of games joining the PlayStation Plus Game Catalog in March.

The PS Plus Game Catalog games are only available to subscribers of the PS Plus Extra and Premium tiers. Both get access to more modern additions, while the latter tier will also receive a selection of Classic games as well. All the games listed below will join the library on March 21.

March brings 17 new games in total, including new releases and some quality recent titles. The major highlight is the inclusion of upcoming family-friendly island-exploring adventure Tchia, which joins the service day one of its release. The game follows a young girl on a journey around a tropical archipelago where she can take control of animals and objects.

Other big games of note include Ghostwire: Tokyo, Life is Strange: True Colors, and Immortals Fenyx Rising. Just three classic games join the Premium tier this month: Ridge Racer Type 4, Ape Academy 2, and Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror.

Here’s the full list of March PS Plus Game Catalog additions in March

PS Plus Game Catalog March additions

Extra and Premium games

  • Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection
  • Tchia
  • Rainbow Six Extraction
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo
  • Immortals Fenyx Rising
  • Life is Strange: True Colors
  • Life is Strange 2
  • Dragon Ball X: Kakarot
  • Street Fighter V Champion Edition
  • Untitled Goose Game
  • Final Fantasy Type-0 HD 
  • Rage 2 
  • Neo: The World Ends with You
  • Haven

Premium Classic games

  • Ridge Racer Type 4 (PS1)
  • Ape Academy 2 (PSP)
  • Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror (PSP)

It's a fine list of new games, especially for those Don't forget that subscribers to all tiers of PlayStation Plus can also claim the usual batch of March PS Plus games. These are Battlefield 2042, Minecraft Dungeons, and Code Vein.

Sony recently announced that the PlayStation Plus Collection will be removed from all tiers of the subscription service in May, so be sure to add any games you want from that to your collection before they’re gone. 

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