The PlayStation Plus March 2017 games lineup has been revealed and will soon be released by Sony on PS4, PS3 and PS Vita.
This means that fans only have until Tuesday, March 7 to grab any of the current PS Plus they haven’t already downloaded.
- LittleBigPlanet 3 // PS4
- Not a Hero // PS4
- Starwhal // PS3, cross buy with PS4
- Anna — Extended Edition // PS3
- Ninja Senki DX // PS Vita, cross buy with PS4
- TorqueL // PS Vita, cross buy with PS4
As listed above, quite a few of these titles are cross buy, meaning they can also be played on the PS4, as well as PS Vita.
This selection will soon be swapped out with the PS Plus March 2017 games, which includes:
- Disc Jam, PS4
- Tearaway Unfolded, PS4
- Under Night: In-Birth, PS3
- Earth Defense Force 2025, PS3
- Lumo, PS Vita (crossbuy on PS4)
- Severed, PS Vita
Unlike with Microsoft’s Games with Gold, all PlayStation Plus games remain downloadable for the whole month, meaning that there are no time limits to downloading them over the next 30 days.
The PlayStation Plus March 2017 games will arrive on Tuesday March 7, although there is usually enough time to grab those last February titles on the day if you log on in the early. morning.
Disc Jam: “An insanely addicting cross between air hockey and tennis. Players scramble to retrieve and throw a glowing disc while unleashing powerful abilities and defending their end zone. This game is just launching on PlayStation Store but is available to all PlayStation Plus members as part of your membership.
Tearaway Unfolded: “Tearaway Unfolded is the expanded retelling of the BAFTA award-winning PlayStation Vita game Tearaway, where you are placed in a magical papery world and tasked with delivering a top-secret message while collecting papercraft models.”
Horizon Zero Dawn may have launched to rave reviews on PS4, but fans have discovered a big problem that’s going to require an update.
The bad news for fans is that the problem crops up during the very opening cinematic.
Some users have been unable to view the Horizon Zero Dawn opening movie because of a bug that causes it to crash.
Fortunately, developer Guerrilla Games is working on an update for the glitch and has also released a quick workaround solution.
“Following up on our message from yesterday, we are aware that a small number of users are suffering a crash during cinematic sequences when playing Horizon: Zero Dawn, most notably in the opening cinematic,” reads a Guerrilla Reddit post.
“We are investigating the issue with the highest priority.
“In the meantime, we believe we have a potential, temporary workaround for users that play the game from Blu-ray disc. Please note that these steps may not solve the issue for all the users.”
Unfortunately, the workaround isn’t ideal, as it requires users to leave the disc in for a couple of hours. The step-by-step instructions can be found below…
- After the game has crashed please restart your PS4.
- After your PS4 has restarted, leave the Horizon Zero Dawn disc in the PS4 for 2 hours while the PS4 is powered on and idle.
- Then start the game again.
- Viewing the intro cinematic: If you missed a part of the intro cinematic, you can view it again from the main menu of the game – Extras > Intro Movie.
The Battlefield 1 DLC:They shall not pass release date has been set for March 14th – for some players on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
EA announced the news today, along with launching a new DLC cinematic trailer showing off some of the new action. The new trailer shows off the French army as well as some of the new gay being added to the game later this month.
The new Battlefield 1 DLC actually has two release dates one for the premium pass owners, and one for the rest. March 14th is the set date for those who own the premium Pass, everyone else will have to wait until March 28th to try out the new content.
EA has already revealed that four new maps as well as additional modes and weapons are also set to be added with the new DLC. They Shall Not Pass will be followed by another three DLC, which have now been named and given a short description on what they will include.
There is currently no fixed release dates for the following DLC launches:
- Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar – “Enter the biggest front of WW1 with the Russian Army. Ride in Galicia with the legendary Hussars during the Brusilov offensive. Partake in the skirmishes of the Albion assault in a freezing archipelago and fight in the snow covered ravines of the treacherous Lupkow Pass.
- Battlefield 1: Turning Tides – “Participate in the amphibious warfare of WW1. Embark with the new destroyer into intense tactical naval clashes. Master the coastal class airship in the fierce interplay between land, air and sea. Engage in the daredevil Zeebrugge raid and storm the beaches in the first days of the Gallipoli offensive.
- Battlefield 1: Apocalypse – “Go over the top in the most infamous battles of WW1. Conquer bitterly contested ground with brutal tools and unique weapons born out of desperation and deadlock. Never before have the nightmarish horrors of the Great War been closer as you descend into hell. Prepare to enter the Apocalypse.”