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You can nab acclaimed PS Plus March games like Destiny 2 right now

The PS Plus March games are now live for you to snap up on PS4 and PS5, and this month’s line-up is filled to the brim with excellent titles.

PS Plus March 2024 live: Savathun the Witch Queen with her insectoid face

It is everyone’s favorite time of the month – at least if you’re a PS Plus subscriber. Between now and April 1, you can snag yourself four exquisite games (or expansions) across PS4 and PS5: Destiny 2 The Witch Queen, F1 23, Hello Neighbor 2, and Sifu.


Featuring some of the best games from multiple genres, including fighting games, racing games, and more, this month is stacked with bangers. While our free PS Plus games list will offer up a more comprehensive breakdown of what each game entails, allow this writer to offer up a brief primer for what you’ve got in store.

Kicking off we have Destiny 2’s exceptional The Witch Queen expansion. Widely considered to be the best DLC Bungie has brought to its long-running FPS game, The Witch Queen plonks you down in Savathûn’s Throne World as you unravel the mystery behind how she managed to steal the Light.

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When it comes to how the critics have rated the March line-up, Destiny 2 The Witch Queen owns the throne with a lofty 86 Metacritic score – a must-play for space game enthusiasts. However, it faces stiff competition from both F1 23 and Sifu which come in at 82 and 81 on the aggregator respectively.

In our sparkling 9/10 F1 23 review, we dub it “Codemasters’ best Formula One game to date.” We’re still a couple of months away from the F1 24 release date (that’s May 31, by the way), so if you’ve been itching to get on the grid since the start of the new F1 season, now’s the time.

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Sifu, meanwhile, is a scintillating PS4 and PS5 exclusive that blends traditional roguelike game elements with a ball-busting beat-em-up. Following a young kung fu student’s journey for vengeance against those who killed his father, Sifu boasts some incredible hand-to-hand combat alongside a unique aging mechanic that influences his strength and vitality.

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Finally, we have Hello Neighbour 2 which, while not a critical success, serves as a solid sequel to the original stealth-infused horror game. This time, children in the small town of Raven Brooks have gone missing and, as an investigative journalist, it’s your job to solve it. Unlike many of its genre mates, Hello Neighbour 2 can be enjoyed by the whole family, even if from behind the safety of your closest pillow.

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If you haven’t already, this is your reminder to lock all of the above games into your PlayStation library. You do, of course, have the whole month to snag some of the best PS5 games, but we all know how easy it is to forget…

While you’re here, don’t forget to check out the latest PS5 news, including rumors surrounding a remaster for this underrated PlayStation exclusive. On top of that, read up on the “emergency expansion” Helldivers 2’s game master has been reinforced with.