PS Plus Premium: Seven Games Are Leaving In March – Try Them While You Can!

Sony has revealed seven games that will be leaving PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium in less than a month, which is enough time to try some of them out…



Civilization 6, Outer Wilds and five other games will leave the PlayStation Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium tiers in March, Sony announced. This one-month “notice period” gives PlayStation Plus subscribers enough time to play through some, though probably not all, of the departing titles if they want to.

The PS Plus Extra and Premium libraries have changed monthly since Sony split its subscription offering into three tiers in June 2022.

Catalogues are rotated on the third Tuesday of each month. The last such change took place just a day ago. Thirteen new games have been added to PS Plus Extra and Premium.

As usual, Sony also updated the “Last chance to play” section of the PS Plus page during the rotation. The move revealed that Civilization 6, Code Vein, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Haven, Haven, NEO: The World Ends With You, Outer Wilds and Tchia will be leaving PS Plus Extra and Premium in March. That’s a total of seven titles. But that’s still fewer than the nine games that left PS Plus in January.


PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium games leaving in March 2024:

  • Civilization 6 – PS4
  • Code Vein – PS4
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo – PS5
  • Haven – PS4, PS5
  • NEO: The World Ends With You – PS4
  • Outer Wilds – PS4, PS5
  • Tchia – PS4, PS5


The vast majority of newly confirmed games have spent quite some time as part of Sony’s subscription content catalogue. They were added to PS Plus in March 2023. That one whole year was the longest any title has ever spent on PS Plus. The latest member of the service to leave is Civilization 6. The latter became available to Sony subscribers in September 2023.

The third Tuesday of the following month falls on March 19, so the aforementioned titles are expected to leave PS Plus on this day.

That leaves Sony subscribers with plenty of time to beat some of them. But those who hope to do so with all seven games will have to treat it as a full-time job. Even at the most conservative estimates, it would take 120 hours to run through all the recently discovered departing games.

This doesn’t even take into account the fact that Civilization 6 is all about replaying different scenarios, so even if each campaign is relatively short, completing it can hardly be considered beating the game.

It’s also probably impossible to see everything that the remaining six titles leaving PS Plus have to offer in a single month. On the other hand, PS Plus Extra and Premium members who wish to keep their subscription for the foreseeable future should keep in mind that it is not uncommon for games to return to Sony’s service.

Source: Push Square

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