All Twelve Games Leaving PlayStation Plus Extra In February 2023
Notable titles include Metro: Exodus, Saints Row The Third, and GTA: Vice City.
Twelve games are leaving PlayStation Plus Extra in February, including Metro: Exodus and Saints Row The Third Remastered, according to TheSixthAxis.
Metro: Exodus presents an open world spin on the bleak, post-apocalyptic first-person shooter. Saints Row The Third Remastered revisits the absurd crime epic. Other notable titles leaving include puzzler The Turing Test, open world crime classic Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - Definitive Edition, and eerie adventure Whispering Willows. If you want to check out any of games leaving, you'll have to do it before the beginning of next month, or February 21, depending on the specific title.
The basic tier of PlayStation Plus, Essential, lets players access online multiplayer, download free games every month, exclusive discounts, and cloud storage. This month's free games are Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Fallout 76, and Axiom Verge 2. Extra is the middle tier of PlayStation's revamped online service, which allows players to access a set of downloadable titles. This month, PS Plus Extra added Life Is Strange and its prequel, Before The Storm, as well as Back 4 Blood and Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition. The highest tier, Premium, lets players download and play retro titles, stream PS3 games, as well as all the features of the lower tiers.
All Games Leaving PlayStation Plus Extra In February
- Metro: Exodus
- Saints Row: The Third Remastered
- Rad Rodger
Leaving February 21
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – Definitive Edition
- Pure Farming
- Sparkle Unleashed
- Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders
- The Turing Test
- The Book of Unwritten Tales 2
- Skydrift Infinity
- Sine Mora EX
- Whispering Willows
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