With only a few days away before March ends, Sony finally revealed their free game lineup for next month. Just like almost every month, most of the free games on PlayStation Plus game lineup is all about indie developers.
According to Attack of the Fanboy, this month's games focus mainly on multiplayer in one way or another. The report said that the active members of PlayStation Plus could get access to these games when the month of April arrives.
The first game on the lineup is entitled Drawn to Death. It is developed by David Jaffe, the guy behind decent gaming franchise such as God of War and Twisted Metal. Drawn to Death was described as a third-person with a mix of brawler arena multiplayer game. The game takes place inside the sheets of a high school kid's notebook.
The next game is called Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime by Asteroid Base. The game originated as part of the ID@XBOX program. It was offered to the members of Xbox Live Gold last February for free. Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime features a four-player co-op where each player controls separate affiliate of a space capsule that everyone must pilot and defend.
The third game is called Invizimals: the Lost Kingdom. It was developed by Magenta Software and was firstly launched on PS3 last 2013. Alien Rage - Extended Edition is also included in the lineup. It is the complete version of the 2013 first-person shooter game developed by CI Games.
The tough platformer by Four Circle Interactive entitled 10 Second Ninja also made it into the lineup. Finally, the game that completes the list is entitled Curse 'N Chaos. It is a 2D arena brawler that focused on a 2-on-2 coop. The game was released in 2015 where players spend most of their time on a single screen as they combat a massive wave of enemies.