February has yet to end but it appears the free PlayStation Plus Games for March are already out. This is thanks to a reliable leaker who spilled two of the three games expected next month.

The two game titles coming in March for the gaming platform are allegedly “Team Sonic Racing” and “Ark: Survival Evolved” according to Deal Labs.

The two games are aligned for PS4 game console owners. As for the PS5, rumors are going around that a port will be coming out.

As for the said leaker, Deal Labs has a reputation of being on point the past months. However, it would be best to note that, unlike previous leaks, there are now claiming these upcoming game titles via an indirect, but not-so-subtle tease.

The sudden reference appears questionable so it may be wise to take this with a grain of salt for now until the actual PlayStation Plus games for March 2022 are officially announced.

For those who may not be aware of the two games mentioned, “Team Sonic Racing” was initially released in 2019. It comes from Sumo Digital and Sega. Upon release, the PS4 version of the game garnered a 72 on Metacritic.

As for “Ark: Survival Evolved,” it was released two years earlier (2017) after a stint in early access via Studio Wildcard. When it was released, the PS4 version got a 69 on Metacritic.

Regardless of that rating, “Ark: Survival Evolved” became pretty popular.

There remains no word on what the third free game title for the PlayStation Plus Free Games for March will be. Sony has yet to provide hints but is likely to reveal the three official games in the coming days.

In the meantime, gamers can still enjoy the PlayStation Plus free games for February. The current ones available are “EA Sports UFC 4 (PS4),” “Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep (PS4)” and “Planet Coaster: Console Edition (PS5).”

 A general view at the Destiny 2 launch event on PlayStation 4.
A general view at the Destiny 2 launch event on PlayStation 4. Getty Images | David M. Benett/Dave Benett

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