The next group of March PlayStation Plus free games will be live in less than a week, which means it’s your last chance to grab the freebies being offered in February. February’s batch of free PlayStation Plus games will be the last to include PS3 and Vita games, so it’ll be only PS4 titles offered from here on out. However, Sony did increase cloud storage for PS Plus members from 10GB to 100GB this month as a perk. And you’ll still be able to play any PS3 and Vita games in your library as long as you’re a PS Plus member.
February’s available free games include For Honor and Hitman: The Complete First Season as the two PS4 exclusives. Gunhouse and Rogue Aces are available for both PS4 and Vita. Meanwhile, you can also download Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots for PS3, and Divekick is available for both PS3 and Vita.
While March has only two free games on its lineup for PS Plus members, they’re two games you don’t want to miss. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered and The Witness will replace February’s offers on March 5 and be free to download for PS Plus members until April 1.
Here are the games to download now while they’re free. Sony initially said the PS3 and Vita games would be available until March 8, but the PlayStation store indicates all offers will expire March 5. So if you see a game you really want, go ahead and grab it now.