PlayStation Now Games March 2022: All titles joining PlayStation this month

The PlayStation Now lineup for March has been revealed. Select from Shadow Warrior 3, Crysis Remastered, Relicta, or Chicken Police – Paint It Red! All titles will be available on PlayStation Now Games starting March 1. Let’s take a closer look at each of these games one at a time.

Shadow Warrior 3 

This first-person shooter combines fast-paced gunplay, razor-sharp melee combat, and an impressive free-running movement system. All it takes is a dead god’s mask, a dragon’s egg, a touch of magic, and enough firepower to avert the impending catastrophe. PlayStation Now subscribers can play Shadow Warrior 3 until July 4th.

PlayStation Now games March 2022: All titles joining PlayStation this month

Crysis Remastered 

Crytek’s classic first-person shooter returns with the action-packed gameplay, sandbox world, and thrilling epic battles you remember – now with software-based ray tracing and remastered graphics. The Nanosuit’s speed, strength, armour, and cloaking allow for inventive combat solutions, while a massive arsenal of modular weaponry provides unprecedented control over play style.


In this first-person, physics-based puzzle game, you play as a physicist stranded on a derelict Moonbase, bending gravity and magnetism to your will. Combine your skills in novel ways to solve physical riddles, find clues, and piece together the details of the Relicta’s anomaly investigation.

Chicken Police – Paint It Red! 

In the grand tradition of visual novels and classic adventure games, this hardboiled detective satire is story-rich and dialogue-heavy. Sonny Featherland and Marty MacChicken were the Chicken Police, a legendary detective duo. But that was almost a decade ago, and time had snuck up on them. Collect a plethora of clues, evidence, and highly sensitive personal information from Clawville’s shady characters to use ruthlessly against them!

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