PlayStation Plus could be a bit worse from an agreement that will begin next year, and Sony will announce that it will no longer offer free PS3 and Vita games through the service as of March 2019 (through Polygon).
Sony began offering free games to PlayStation Plus subscribers in 2010, and has since continued to develop the service to offer two PlayStation 3, two Vita and two PS4 games to subscribers each month. As of March 8, 2019, that will change to only two PS4 games per month, although games that players have already received through the service will remain available as long as they continue to subscribe.
Sony has not announced any change in the price of PlayStation Plus, which will remain at $ 59.99 for a year of service, even with the elimination of additional games. Still, players may feel some sympathy in the upcoming PS4 games this March, where Sony offers Bloodborne and the re-start of Ratchet and Clank as this month's free games.