PS Plus to remove over 30 games from subscription service


Sony has announced that more than 30 games will be removed from the PS Plus subscription service on May 15th. Additionally, on May 9th, Sony will also disable the PS Plus Collection service.

The list of games that will be removed from PS Plus includes some popular titles:

  • Injustice 2,
  • LEGO Harry Potter,
  • Batman Return to Arkham City,
  • Batman Return to Arkham Asylum,
  • Spider-Man, Metro 2033,
  • Metro Last Light,
  • Kingdom Come Deliverance,
  • Shenmue 3, This War of Mine,
  • Red Faction Guerrilla,
  • Resident Evil HD,
  • Pathfinder Kingsmaker,
  • Dreamfall Chapters,
  • Deadlight,
  • Homefront: The Revolution,
  • TT Isle of Man 2,
  • Tour de France 2021,
  • Graveyard Keeper,
  • Kona,
  • Mighty No9,
  • Relicta,
  • Windbound,
  • MX vs ATV All Out,
  • Chronos: Before the Ashes,
  • Left Alive,
  • Star Ocean First Departure R,
  • Balan Wonderworld,
  • NBA 2K Playground 2,
  • How to Survive,
  • Pixel Piracy,
  • and Last Day of June.

PS Plus Collection, a feature that allows PS5 owners to access a library of PS4 games, will also be disabled on May 9th.

What this means for PS Plus subscribers

If you’re a PS Plus subscriber and you currently have any of the games listed above in your library, it’s important to download them before May 15th to ensure that you still have access to them. Once they’re removed from the service, you won’t be able to play them unless you purchase them separately.

Sony hasn’t provided any specific reason why these games are being removed from the service. However, it’s common for games to come and go from subscription services like PS Plus.

If you’re a PS Plus subscriber, keep an eye out for any new games that may be added to the service to replace the games that are being removed. Sony typically announces new games a few days before they’re added to the service.

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