Top March 2023 Free PC, PlayStation Plus, Xbox Live Gold Games
You like gaming, but you lack financial means. For your benefit, monthly free games are available from PS Plus, Xbox Live, Epic Games, and Amazon Prime. Below is a list of the March 2023 downloads available.
Free games are adored by everybody. While Steam offers a huge selection, some stores only have games available for a short while. Every week, Epic Games offers many games for free. Each month, new games are added to Amazon’s Prime Gaming membership program. You’ll miss out on a PC game that you might have kept for life, however, if you’re not paying attention.
We’re keeping track of the top free games offered in a particular month in an attempt to inform players about what’s available to grab. Although some books are available for free without any strings attached, others are part of membership services. This month, you can get everything listed below.
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Free PlayStation Plus Games for March 2023
PlayStation Plus(Opens in a new window) is Sony’s online multiplayer and games subscription service. In early 2022, it rolled out new plans(Opens in a new window); prices vary depending on which tier you choose, but access starts at $9.99 per month. As part of the service, you can claim new games to keep every month, and they’re accessible as long as you have an active PlayStation Plus subscription. Subscribers who own a PS5 can also keep games from a curated selection of titles.
Claim games from your console by choosing the PlayStation Plus button on the PlayStation home screen or going through the PlayStation Network Store. Games can also be added from the PlayStation Store(Opens in a new window) website as long as Automatic Downloads(Opens in a new window) are enabled. Once this is set up, you can add games from the web store and they’ll be remotely downloaded to your console.
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Evil Dead: The Game (Until March 6)
This asymmetrical multiplayer game puts you in control of characters from the Evil Dead(Opens in a new window) franchise, including Ash Williams. Your team’s mission will differ depending on whether you play as the good guys or the evil dead.
OlliOlli World (Until March 6)
Billed as a skateboarding action-platformer, OlliOlli World(Opens in a new window) lets you take on challenges and customize your arsenal of tricks as you explore the branching pathways of Radlandia.
Destiny 2: Beyond Light (Until March 6)
A major expansion of the Destiny 2(Opens in a new window) base game, Beyond Light(Opens in a new window) takes your Guardian to the icy reaches of Europa, where the Fallen Kell Eramis must be stopped before she can attack Earth.
Mafia: The Definitive Edition (Until March 6)
Mafia(Opens in a new window) is an open world action-adventure game, where you play as a cab driver who becomes a mobster in 1930s Illinois. Complete missions and explore the world of Lost Heaven on your way to the top of the food chain.
Battlefield 2042 (Starting March 6)
As noted in our review of the game, Battlefield 2042(Opens in a new window) is an ambitious shooter that features the excellent Portal mode-creation tool, as well as a few, cool game types. Unlike other installments of the series, it doesn’t have a single-player campaign but does have several multiplayer modes.
Minecraft Dungeons (Starting March 6)
According to our review, Minecraft Dungeons(Opens in a new window) takes the smash hit construction game into an action-packed new genre, but keeps the friendly aesthetic and accessibility kids love.
Code Vein (Starting March 6)
Inspired by the Dark Souls series, Code Vein(Opens in a new window) is an open-world action RPG where you and another character must team up and defend each other in a world of interconnected dungeons.
PlayStation Plus Collection – PS5 Only (Until May 9)
Those who own a PlayStation 5 and subscribe to PlayStation Plus have access to a curated collection(Opens in a new window) of PS4 games. These games can be claimed any time between now and May 9, but will remain playable as long as you have an active subscription. The lineup of games, from Sony and partner studios, includes gems like Bloodborne, Fallout 4, God of War, The Last of Us Remastered, Monster Hunter: World, Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, and more.