by Lee Hazell
In what might just be the biggest week yet for PlayStation Plus, March’s update gives us a double whammy of two of the biggest games to hit the service since the inception of the PS4 era. With October 2017’s update of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain being it’s only real competition, a stacked March 2018 is giving us FromSoftware’s Bloodborne and Insomniac’s Ratchet & Clank. Two huge first-party titles from two of the most respected devlopers in the industry.
This huge update might just be to soften the blow of finding out that the PS Plus service has a clock on it for PS3 and Vita users. Apparently, in March 2019, PS3 and Vita will no longer be supported by the service giving consumers only 12 months left to build their collections. However, as long as they remain part of the service, their games will still be downloadable from the store.