Feb 20, 2017 05:40 AM EST
Sony Readies PlayStation Plus March 2017; Announces New DLC For 'Dirt Rally' PS4 Gamers
Sony is making another big news for this week and fans will go to love it. Sony is about to unveil to the world its PlayStation Plus March 2017 games lineup, which is expected to announce this week. Fans are already hoping for the strong list of titles to choose from.
Sony Readying PlayStation Plus March Lineup
According to The Express, which got the full details of the story, the Sony's official PlayStation Plus February 2017 lineup was revealed a little late this time than usual by Sony and fans might experience something similar at the end of February.
The updated list currently includes "LittleBigPlanet 3" and "Not a Hero" on PS4, "Starwhal and Anna" (Extended Edition) on PS3, while for the PS Vita, its "Ninja Senki DX" and "TorqueL." These titles are said to remain available until the scheduled PlayStation Store refresh, which usually takes place on the first Tuesday of the coming month.
And since the PlayStation refresh has been set on the first Tuesday of each month, fans will have to wait until March 7 for their new games to arrive. This might sound boring for some players because they need to wait for the game to arrive.
PS4 Version Of Dirty Rally To Get New DLC Expansion
In other PS4-related news, the PS4 version of the Dirt Rally will be receiving a new DLC expansion, adding PlayStation VR support, among other things.But unlike VR updates that have been released for other pre-PSVR games, this new DLC updates will make the entire "Dirty Rally" game playable in virtual reality environment and it's not just in single mode.
However, according to GameSpot, this feature will cost players some dollar: The new DLC pack is said to cost around $13. The VR DLC introduces a new co-op mode, where the player can see one player playing with PSVR while another plays along on the screen, according to the game developer.
Developed by Codemasters, "Dirt Rally" is a racing video game that focused on rallying, where players compete in timed stage events on off-road terrain and tarmac. A Steam Early Access version has been released on 2015, followed by the full version that was released on PS4 and Xbox One. The racing video game was developed by Codemasters using an in-house Ego engine.
The game is currently discounted on the PlayStation Store to $30 and $24 for a PlayStation Plus member. But if the gamer is looking to pick up both the game and the new VR DLC, then players need to get this $70 bundle, which currently on sale for $43, that's$37 with Plus.
The price tag, which said to provide access to an upgraded version of a car with special design, will include the base game, the VR DLC, and three additional DLC packs that may cost users some $2 a piece. For players who still looking for more update about Dirty Rally series, Codemasters has recently revealed to the world, its latest entry, "Dirt 4."