PS Plus subscribers now have a short time to access over 30 games on the platform.
PS Plus subscribers signed up to Extra and Premium levels will soon lose access to 32 games. It’s normal for games to occasionally be removed from the PlayStation Plus list. But this time, the list is extensive and includes some first-party blockbusters such as Marvel’s Spider-Man.
PS Plus Essential subscribers can only access online content and a few games per month, but Extra and Premium subscribers can play hundreds of titles in the catalogue.
Sony will remove 32 titles from PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium tiers from 16 May. Among these titles are some first-party properties. There are also other exclusive games and some multiplatform titles. The most notable game on the list is undoubtedly Marvel’s Spider-Man. It’s a box-office blockbuster that is considered one of the best adventure games on the PS5 and will be sorely missed by fans of superhero games. Subscribers will lose access to both the regular version and the Game of the Year Edition.
PS Plus games coming soon:
- Balan Wonderworld
- Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy!
- Chronos: Before the Ashes
- Deadlight: Director’s Cut
- Dreamfall Chapters
- FlatOut 4 – Total Insanity
- Graveyard Keeper
- Homefront: The Revolution
- How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition
- Last Day of June
- Left Alive
- Kingdom Come: Deliverance
- Marvel’s Spider-Man
- Marvel’s Spider-Man: Game of the Year Edition
- Metro 2033 Redux
- Metro: Last Light Redux
- Mighty No. 9
- MX vs ATV All Out
- Pathfinder: Kingmaker – Definitive Edition
- Pixel Piracy
- Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered
- Resident Evil
- Shenmue 3
- Star Ocean: First Departure R
- This War of Mine: The Little Ones
- Tour de France 2021
- TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2
But Spider-Man is far from the only excellent game that will be unavailable to PS Plus subscribers in May. RPG fans will also lose access to one of the best RPGs of recent times: Kingdom Come: Deliverance. It’s a hyper-realistic action RPG set in the early 15th-century Czech Kingdom. Other notable titles include two Metro games, Metro: Last Light Redux and Metro 2033 Redux. Players will also lose access to Shenmue 3, KONA, a remake of the original Resident Evil. As well as Left Alive, Dreamfall Chapters and many other games. All in all, it’s a pretty significant loss for PlayStation gamers.
But there is good news for PlayStation owners. During April, subscribers can claim great games like Meet Your Maker, Tails of Iron and, of course, Sackboy: A Big Adventure.
Source: Push Square