The Square Enix game is still relatively new, having debuted less than a year ago on April 11, 2020. That makes this a pretty big deal, and it gives PlayStation Plus subscribers who haven’t checked out the high-profile remake yet an excuse to do so.
There is a catch, however. This is the PlayStation 4 version of the game, but getting this PlayStation Plus copy will not make you eligible for a free upgrade to the PlayStation 5 version when that launches on June 10.
The other March titles include:
- Remnant: From the Ashes (PS4)
- Farpoint (PS4 PSVR)
- Maquette (PS5)
Offering these free games helps Sony make its subscription, which enables online mutliplayer gaming, feel like a better value proposition. Microsoft does the same thing with Xbox Live Gold. Nintendo offers old SNES and NES games as a part of its Nintendo Switch Online service.
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