Battlefield 2042 Coming To PS Plus Essential In March

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Battlefield 2042 Joins PS Plus!

During the latest State of Play, Sony announced the PS Plus games for March earlier than usual. Similar to previous months, PlayStation looks to be continuing the trend of quality games for subscribers, bringing the latest entry from the Battlefield franchise to PS Plus next month. 

Battlefield 2042 is officially coming to PS Plus Essential in March, along with Code Vein and Minecraft Dungeons. 

Additionally, the PS Plus Catalogue games have also been announced. PS Plus Extra and Premium members will be able to play games like Uncharted Legacy of Thieves Collection and Ghostwire Tokyo with the subscription. 

Ubisoft’s Rainbow Six Extraction and Immortals Fenyx Rising will also be added to the catalog.

 All of these games should give fans plenty of content to keep themselves busy and ensure that fans get the most out of Sony’s subscription offerings.

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