PlayStation Now March 2022

PlayStation Now Games for March Include Shadow Warrior 3 and Crysis Remastered

Sony has announced they will be adding four new titles to their PlayStation Now service for March 2022. We already knew Shadow Warrior 3 would be the very first day one release to enter the subscription service, and now we also know it will be joined by Crysis Remastered, Relicta, and Chicken Police – Paint it Red! All four titles will be available tomorrow, March 1.

PlayStation Now gets four new games for March 2022

Shadow Warrior 3 is the latest in the free-running first-person shooter franchise. In the sequel to Shadow Warrior 2, ex-Yakuza mercenary Lo Wang is joined by his “former employer turned nemesis turned sidekick” who goes by the name of Orochi Zilla. The duo accidentally unleashed an ancient dragon into the world. Now they need to recapture it and put it back in its eternal prison with the help of a mask of a dead god, a dragon’s egg, magic, and plenty of firepower.

Crysis Remastered is the first game in the first-person shooter franchise remastered for PS4 with remastered graphics that include ray tracing. Set in an alternative 2020, North Korea invades the Lingshan Islands, trapping a team of American archaeologists and their world-changing discovery on the islands. Raptor Team, led by Prophet, are dispatched to evacuate them and secure their information. Even while equipped with Nanosuits that offer superhuman strength and abilities, the mission won’t be easy.

Relicta is a physics-based puzzle game that puts players in the shoes of a physicist trapped on a derelict Moon base. She has the ability to bend gravity and magnetism to solve puzzles and uncover clues, but research can have consequences. The darkness hides a secret that could change humanity’s fate, or it could claim her daughter’s life. Is the knowledge gained from 22nd century orbital politics really worth it?

Finally, Chicken Police – Paint it Red! combines visual novel and classic adventure to create a detective satire game. The Chicken Police were a legendary detective duo otherwise known as Sonny Featherland and Marty MacChicken. A decade later, the duo reunite to investigate a weird case in Clawville and they’ll need to collect clues, evidence and “highly sensitive personal information”.

All of these games are available in PlayStation Now from tomorrow, March 1. Three of the four games seem to be permanent additions to the service, the exception being Shadow Warrior 3 that will leave on July 4.

In other news, Elden Ring has topped the UK retail gaming charts, pushing Horizon Forbidden West into second place. Elsewhere, Tokyo Game Show will return to being an in-person event later this year after a couple of years’ break due to the Covid pandemic.