Nine Games Leaving PlayStation Plus Catalog in September 2023

Every month PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers get new games but they also lose games as titles leave the service. The past few months have seen a large number of games leave the service and September 2023 has some more big names leaving.

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DefenderOfDoom2106d ago

Cool I still have a month to try DEATHLOOP . But having so much fun playing Quake 2 remastered.

Hedstrom106d ago

Steep – PS4 – Leaving August 31
Deathloop – PS5 – Leaving September 18
Watch Dogs – PS4 – Leaving September 18
Watch Dogs 2 – PS4 – Leaving September 18
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands – PS4 – Leaving September 18
Nidhogg 2 – PS4 – Leaving September 18
Through the Darkest of Times – PS4 – Leaving September 18
Chicory: A Colorful Tale – PS5/PS4 – Leaving September 18
Umbrella Corps – PS4 – Leaving September 18
Death end re;Quest 2 – PS4 – Leaving September 18

DeusFever106d ago

Chicory: A Colorful Tale is a neat game that you probably wouldn’t buy.

Profchaos105d ago (Edited 105d ago )

Looks like the PS and ubi love affair is coming to a close so many of their games are dropping off of plus

thetonygastel105d ago

I think they are not renewing it so you subscribe to their own service. I´m sure they will eventually bring it to consoles.

GhostScholar104d ago (Edited 104d ago )

I can’t stand that their first party games that were on the ps plus collection are gone now. So stupid. No excuse for the first party games to leave the service. There is absolutely no reason to pay for premium.


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