March is the first month for Playstation Plus, Sony’s paid online multiplayer service, in which PS3 and Vita games are no longer offered for “free” with your subscription. That leaves two Playstation 4 games and luckily for gamers they are both quality titles. The Witness and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered.
The Witness, released in 2016 is a popular puzzle game developed and published by Thekla Inc and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered developed by Raven Software and published by EA is a remaster of one of the most pivotal shooters of the modern age.
Historically, Playstation Plus offered up 6 free games a month for the PS4, the PS3, and the Playstation Vita. Sony made the decision to end support for the older hardware due to the dominance of the Playstation 4. While they are not going to increase the amount of free games that come with Playstation Plus they have increased the data limit of cloud saves from 10 Gigabytes to 100 Gigabytes.
Note that the games are only available to play for free as long as your Playstation Plus subscription is active.