December 2, 2022

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7 games that already have an expiration date

The new PlayStation Plus with Basic, Additional and Premium level Suitable for all needs (and all budgets), available Thursday, June 23, until now Some of the games in the catalog already have an expiration date.

For those who haven’t yet, we’re specifying that the Basic plan is compatible with the historic PlayStation Plus subscription, with absolutely no change. The Plus tier on its part also includes a catalog of PS4 and PS5 games, while the Premium also offers PS1, PS2, PSP and PS3 classics in addition. Extra and Premium catalogs are constantly changing: Just like Xbox Game Pass, We periodically welcome new games And from time to time Leave the expired.

Well, as the English colleagues at Eurogamer.net pointed out, the new PlayStation Plus Appeared for the first time in Europe is already equipped with a section “Last Chance to Play”, i.e. for games that are due to be removed soon. There are two variants currently listed: Shadow Warrior 3 for PS4 will be removed from Extra and Premium on July 5th, while Syberia will abandon PS3 for the Premium version on July 19. By sifting through the catalog, Eurogamer also found other games that already had an expiration date, including Big names like NBA 2K22 and Red Dead Redemption 2. For clarity, below you will find a list of PlayStation Plus Extra and/or Premium games that already have an expiration date.

PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium | Games that are about to end

PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium

  • Shadow Warrior 3 – July 5, 2022
  • NBA 2K22 – August 31, 2022
  • WRC 10-31 August 2022
  • Red Dead Redemption September 2-20, 2022

PlayStation Plus Premium

  • Syberia (PS3) – July 19, 2022
  • Red Dead Redemption (PS3) – October 17, 2022
  • Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare (PS3) – October 17, 2022

Subscriber advised, save it. Complete it before removing it from the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium catalogs.

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