Sony has just released free games for March 2022 if you subscribe to the service PlayStation Now. It is Shadow Warrior 3, Crysis Remastered, Relicta e Chicken Police – Paint it Red. A park of respectable titles, on which the first one that will be released on March 1st of this year certainly stands out.
So let's talk about Shadow Warrior 3, the first of the free games of March 2022 for subscribers to PlayStation Now. It is a first person shooter developed by Flying Wild Dog and is the direct sequel to the previous chapter. For the first time, moreover, among the free titles available with the subscription to the home service Sony, there will be a title upon release.
This is a move that confirms us the intentions of Sony to rival the Game Pass from Microsoft. There is still a long way to go, but the Japanese giant shows that it has no desire to stand by and watch the competition and want to start getting serious.
Crysis Remastered, on the other hand, is the revised and corrected version of the historic PC title released in 2007. This title was available, at launch, only for Nintendo Switch, which had managed to snatch the exclusive thunderstorm. Again, this is a first person shooter.
Find below the complete list of free PlayStation Now games for March 2022:
- Shadow Warrior 3 | until July 4th |
- Crysis remastered
- Chicken Police – Paint It Red!
Relicta, on the other hand, was released in 2020 and is a very interesting and very fun puzzle game. Over the course of your adventure, you will be called upon to solve increasingly complex puzzles, some of which are really complicated to solve, able to keep you hooked for hours.
We close our roundup on the free titles available with PlayStation Now with Chicken Police - Paint it Red. We are faced with a title with a very well written and articulated plot and you will be called to play the role of two detectives who will have to investigate a rather particular case. In short, there is something for all tastes both at Sony and at home The Amazon, for subscribers to the service Prime gaming, and for subscribers to the service Live Gold home Microsoft.