PlayStation Now Lineup Announces For March 2021

PlayStation Now is adding to its March Lineup big and beloved game titles again, which are World War Z, Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown, InFamous: Second Son, and Superhot. Well, it’s time to be seated tight to your couches guys!

PlayStation has been providing instant access to a huge collection of more than 800 games for its users for many years on PlayStation Now. Especially after making a significant price cut back in 2019, over one million subscribers have joined the service and it has kept growing only since then. But Sony‘s commitment to adding bigger titles to the platform has also a great power on this growth which can’t be denied. And the platform seems to keep its promise as well, considering the games that have been adding.

So, the lineup of PlayStation Now for March continues to keep its players happy and impressed. No one can otherwise of that, I bet. The four games will be available on the platform from March 2. Some of the games look like to remain for a long time on the platform as well. But on the other hand, some of them are most likely to have that much time, unfortunately. So, let’s take a closer look at the newly arriving games on PlayStation Now.

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

It will be available to play on PlayStation Now until May 31, 2021

“Strap yourself into the cockpit of some of the world’s most formidable fighter planes and skim through the clouds engaging in daring aerial stunts and nerve-shredding tactical dogfights. Immerse yourself in a unique alternate reality where real-world, current, and near-future military hardware meet.

Choose from an array of authentic modern and futuristic aircraft and load them up with an arsenal of cutting-edge super weapons as unfolding events drive you into ever more dangerous aerial face-offs. Ace Combat 7 also includes exclusive PS VR-compatible missions** to create a new level of death-defying immersion.”

World War Z – Accolades

It will be available to play on PlayStation Now until September 6, 2021

“As humanity stands on the brink of extinction, a hardened few bands together to defeat the undead masses threatening our way of life. Take on huge zombie swarms in story-driven campaigns set in the same world as the hit film, fully playable in online co-op for up to four players. You can also choose to fight other players for survival in a range of intense Player vs Player vs Zombies game modes.”

inFamous Second Son

The leaving date has not been indicated, which we hope means it will stay on PlayStation Now for a long time.

“From the creator of Ghost of Tsushima comes a superpowered action-adventure set in modern-day America. Delsin Rowe’s superhuman power is in your hands. Push your awesome abilities to the limit and see how your choices affect the city of Seattle and the people around you: hijack the powers of other superhumans, soar across the Seattle skyline, and choose how your own story plays out.”

Superhot: Mind Control Delete

The leaving date has not been indicated, which we hope means it will stay on PlayStation Now for a long time.

“Blurring the lines between cautious strategy and unbridled mayhem, Superhot is the FPS in which time moves only when you move. No regenerating health bars. No conveniently placed ammo drops. It’s just you, outnumbered and outgunned, grabbing the weapons of fallen enemies to shoot, slice, and maneuver through a hurricane of slow-motion bullets.”

Ultimately, it seems there is something almost for everyone’s taste. So, while World War Z intrigues players looking for a fresh multiplayer, Infamous: Second Son will be providing story-driven action adventures. On the other hand, Ace Combat 7 brings the combat flight sim back, while Superhot is also providing another but different first-person shooter thrill in its own way including its slow-motion mechanics and diverse perspective of art. What do you think? Share your opinions about PlayStation Now March Lineup with us down below!

Before we end, you also might want to look at PlayStation Plus’s free games for March.

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