PlayStation Plus, March 2022: Ghostrunner and Team Sonic Racing

PlayStation Plus, March 2022: Ghostrunner and Team Sonic Racing

PlayStation Plus, March 2022

The PlayStation Plus update of March 2022 sees the arrival in the catalog of four new games, including the PS5 version of Ghostrunner: the cyberpunk-style action game of One More Level gives its best on the next-gen Sony console and we will have the chance to experience its qualities at no additional cost.

Then we have the arcade racer Team Sonic Racing, in which we will be able to drive very fast transformable cars as Sonic and his friends, as well as ARK: Survival Evolved , the famous survival by Studio Wildcard that has so far sold over 20 million copies across all platforms. That's not all: among the free contents there is also the Legends expansion of Ghost of Tsushima.

Is this a selection that the readers of have appreciated? Not particularly, according to our survey: only 13% of users said they were very satisfied and 28% quite satisfied, while the negative opinions were slightly more: 27% of readers said they were unsatisfied, 33% not satisfied at all.

Ghostrunner (PS5)

Ghostrunner, the protagonist of the game in a spectacular artwork Set in a post-apocalyptic world where survivors of climatic upheavals have taken refuge in a fortified city of vertical development, the gigantic Tower of Dharma, Ghostrunner puts us in command of a ninja with powerful cybernetic implants: a silent and lethal warrior who has been hired to kill the governor.

Found without memory , the protagonist of the game decides to join the ranks of the rebel forces, who are protesting the very serious social disparities that occur between the levels of the tower, and keep faith with the assignment that was given to him entrusted by the architect, before the latter was betrayed and killed in a fierce struggle for power.

Our goal will therefore be to explore the Dharma Tower and eliminate the guards that prevent people from climbing it, using a sword with surprising properties and a set of special skills that allow us to cross the cybervoid, a a sort of alternative dimension in which the limits of reality as we know it are more unstable.

Excluding some sequences that are a bit too complex and frustrating, as well as scenarios that sometimes tend to repeat themselves, the experience point from One More Level is revealed from the very beginning fascinating and engaging. Furthermore, the PlayStation 5 version can count on a superior visual impact thanks to 4K and 60 fps. More details in Ghostrunner's review.

Team Sonic Racing (PS4)

Team Sonic Racing, a frenetic racing sequence On the wave of excitement for the upcoming theatrical release of the second film live action dedicated to the blue hedgehog, here we arrive in the PlayStation Plus Team Sonic Racing line-up, which incorporates the now tried and tested formula of kart racers to catapult us into frantic speed races in which it is possible to resort to any expedient in order to cross the finish line first.

After selecting our character from a large roster, which includes both Sonic and his friends and rivals, we will be able to drive snappy transformable cars, tackle tracks full of pitfalls but also secrets to discover and resources to collect and share with your team, in the context of a gameplay that rewards collaboration. The Team Sonic Racing review tells us all the details.

ARK: Survival Evolved (PS4)

ARK: Survival Evolved, a huge tyrannosaurus with unfriendly intentions Coming to PlayStation 4 at an end of a long period in early access that allowed developers to substantially enrich and refine the experience, ARK: Survival Evolved brings together traditional survival mechanics and an unprecedented setting, a sort of futuristic prehistory in which on the one hand there is no shortage of dangers, also represented by huge dinosaurs; on the other hand it is possible to have some rather sophisticated resources.

Awaken us on a mysterious island with a device connected to the wrist, without weapons and even clothes, we will have to spend most of the time collecting resources to feed a multifaceted crafting system that will gradually lead us to create any type of object and structure to cope with an extremely competitive environment, especially on servers dedicated to PvP activities. We've covered everything in detail in the ARK: Survival Evolved review.

Ghost of Tsushima: Legends (PS5 and PS4)

Ghost of Tsushima, a sequence from the Legends expansion A booth experience halo designed for those who already own Ghost of Tsushima, the Legends expansion introduces a cooperative multiplayer mode in which we can choose between four different classes (Samurai, Hunter, Assassin or Ronin), each with its own characteristics and special moves, and launch us into a series of missions designed for two or four players.

Engage in the campaign of the pack, with survival by hordes or with the recent Rivals mode, in which two teams clash for victory, we will be able to explore scenarios that reinterpret those seen in Ghost of Tsushima (review) and take advantage of numerous options related to the customization of fighters. More details in our Ghost of Tsushima: Legends special.

March 2022 arrivals and departures

No longer available on PlayStation Plus from March 1st

EA Sports UFC 4 - PS4 Planet Coaster: Console Edition - PS5 Assault on the Dragon Keep by Tiny Tina - PS4

Available on PlayStation Plus from March 1st

Ghostrunner - PS5 Team Sonic Racing - PS4 ARK: Survival Evolved - PS4 Ghost of Tsushima: Legends - PS5 and PS4

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