Good things won’t last forever, especially when it comes to the PS Plus games catalogue.
Sony has revealed the games that will leave the PS Plus Extra catalogue next month. As spotted by Redditor NoLastNameForNow, eight games are marked as leaving PS Plus on September 19 and one on August 31. We’re sad to announce that this is our last chance to play the incredible Chicory for free. Plus, some other great games are also leaving.
Released on June 21 2021, this indie RPG has stolen the hearts of everyone who’s played it thanks to its colourful visuals and adorable animations.
Players have to paint a black-and-white world and add colour to the land wherever they go – if that sounds whimsical, that’s because it is. Described as ‘a picture-perfect delight’, it’s one of the best games to leave PS Plus in the last decade.
Praised for its relaxing qualities, fans are recommending anyone who hasn’t played Chicory to get it for free while they still can: “If anyone needs a relaxing game I can 100% recommend Chicory. It also has a really good story”.
As gamers bid farewell to Chicory, both Watch Dog games, Deathloop, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, and a handful of others are leaving the warm embrace of PS Plus. See the complete list of departing games below:
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands
- Watch Dogs
- Watch Dogs 2
- Death end re;Quest 2
- Chicory: A Colourful Tale
- Through the Darkest of Times
- Nidhogg 2
If you want to know precisely how long it takes to play through each game, a kind Redditor has listed the games, with the mainline story time in parentheses. Sometimes Reddit is a scary place, but occasionally a hero steps forward in our hour of need. (See link below.)
Most of the games mentioned will be leaving on September 19. There is one exception, however, with Steep reportedly leaving on August 31 instead. Even if it stays a little longer, we don’t have much time to finish these games unless we are legendary speedrunners like the absolute boss who finished Baludr’s Gate 3 in 10 minutes!
While losing great games like these is a tough time to get through, there is a glimmer of hope in the 469 titles currently available to download for free via PlayStation Plus. When a door closes…