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PlayStation Plus March
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PlayStation Plus March 2020 lineup confirmed

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PlayStation has announced their PlayStation Plus free game line up for March 2020. In the eve of the new Sonic Movie, Sonic Forces is one of the titles being offered, the other game, is a beautifully crafted adventure game from the PS2, Shadow of the Colossus.

All PlayStation Plus subscribers can download Shadow of the Colossus and Sonic Forces for free between March 3rd and April 6th, 2020.

Shadow of the Colossus is Team Ico’s second game, it’s was developed for the PS2 on 2005. The game share the aesthetic and atmospheric elements of Ico. Shadow of the Colossus player’s will take the role of the wanderer, a man who is tasked to killing sixteen gigantic beast that reside in a desolate and immense land, the wanderer is pursuing them in order to resurrect a sacrificed girl named Mono.

Shadow of the Colossus  sold well, eventually making the “Greatest Hits” lineup of PlayStation 2 games in the year following its release and has received numerous awards for its gameplay, soundtrack, art direction, animation, and overall quality.

Sonic Forces is developed by Sonic Team, and published by Sega, it was produced in commemoration of the Sonic the Hedgehog francshise’s 25th anniversary. The game originally released PS4, Xbox One and PC. The story takes place with Sonic set on a new adventure, joining a resistance force to stop Doctor Eggman.

PlayStation Plus allows players to take part in multiplayer gaming, but that’s not its only feature.

Cloud Storage:

PlayStation Plus gives players access to 100GB of online storage —  saved games to the cloud can be transfered from one PS4 console to another.
Share Play: This feature allows subscribers to let players join in a PS4 game, either team up, spectate or take control. The invited player don’t need to own the game.

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