Free PlayStation Plus games are just days away, and Sony has announced what subscribers can expect to play in the coming month. As usual, there will be six games in the lineup, with cross-buy support getting PlayStation 4 users a total of three games: Lumo, Tearaway, and the buzzed-about title, Disc Jam.
Disc Jam is a “new breed of arcade sports” developed by High Horse Entertainment and comprised of former Tony Hawk, Call of Duty, and Guitar Hero developers. While being touted as a unique combination of tennis and air hockey, the game adds a modern touch to classic arcade sports and is designed for fast and seamless online play for the PS4. It also infuses a great blend of strategy and skill, as players rush to catch and throw glowing discs, while “unleashing devastating abilities and defending variable point-end zones.” Disc Jam will also be coming to Steam, though High Horse hasn’t announced a release date yet.
Disc Jam will release alongside Tearaway Unfolded, the well-loved title from Tarsier Studios and Media Molecule (Little Big Planet) that was on the PS Vita. The isometric game Lumo from Gareth Noyce is also another great one to round off the lineup. It has been described as an ode to the classic isometric games of the 80s, and beautifully infuses simple gameplay from the old days with the modernized charm from this generation of gaming.
Players still have a few days to enjoy the lineup of February PlayStation Plus games before Disc Jam, Tearaway, and Lumo release on March 7th. PlayStation 3 and Vita users will also get some gems this month. Below is the complete list of games coming to PS Plus in March:
- Disc Jam, High Horse Entertainment
- Lumo, Gareth Noyce
- Tearaway Unfolded, Tarsier Studios, Media Molecule
- Earth Defense Force 2025, Sandlot
- Under Night: In-Birth, French Bread, Ecole Software
- Lumo, Gareth Noyce
- Severed, Drinkbox Studios
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