As new games arrive on PlayStation Plus (like the most recent batch of Game Catalogue titles), some need to leave too. In September, the service is losing quite a list of great games.
PlayStation Plus subscribers have until next month to play the likes of Steep, Deathloop, Watch Dogs, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Nidhogg 2 and more.
Deathloop leaving PlayStation Plus is likely the worst pill to swallow. The game is a fantastic shooter and everyone should try to play through it before it’s too late.
It is also strange to see so many Ubisoft games leave PlayStation Plus. From my understanding, Ubisoft had an agreement to keep all its games on the service under its Ubisoft + collection. The service is losing four titles in September.
Here are all the games leaving PlayStation Plus in September
- Steep – PS4 – 31 August
- Deathloop – PS5 – 18 September
- Watch Dogs – PS4 –18 September
- Watch Dogs 2 – PS4 – 18 September
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands – 18 September
- Nidhogg 2 – PS4 – 18 September
- Through the Darkest of Times – PS4 – 18 September
- Chicory: A Colorful Tale – PS5/PS4 – 18 September
- Umbrella Corps – PS4 – 18 September
- Death end re;Quest 2 – PS4 – 18 September
In case you missed it, here are all the new games on the service as of yesterday.
PlayStation Plus August Game Catalogue
Extra + Deluxe – Games are arriving on 15 August
- Sea of Stars – PS4, PS5 (launches 29 August)
- Moving Out 2 – PS4, PS5 (launched 15 August)
- Destiny 2: The Witch Queen – PS4, PS5
- Lost Judgment – PS4, PS5
- Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed – PS4, PS5
- Two Point Hospital: Jumbo Edition – PS4
- Source of Madness – PS4, PS5
- Cursed to Golf – PS4, PS5
- Dreams – PS4
- PJ Masks: Heroes of the Night – PS4, PS5
- Hotel Transylvania: Scary-Tale Adventures – PS4, PS5
- Lawn Mowing Simulator: Landmark Edition – PS4, PS5
- Spellforce III Reforced – PS4
- Midnight Fight Express – PS4
- MediEvil: Resurrection
- Ape Escape: On the Loose
- Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice