Here Are The Games Leaving PS Plus Extra/Premium In April 2023
Just like every month, there is a new set of games confirmed to leave the PS Plus Extra/Premium subscription in April 2023. Here’s the complete list.
Sony has added a ton of new games to the PS Plus subscription in recent months, with some major hits coming to the service. They are slowly beginning to add their first-party games to the PS Plus Extra/Premium subscription and had a major announcement with the launch of Horizon Forbidden West on the service. They are now adding games like Ghostwire Tokyo and Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection.
There is always a caveat to so many good things, and sadly some of the games have to be rotated out of the service as their time comes to an end. Here are the games that are confirmed to leave the PS Plus Extra/Premium subscription sometime in April 2023:
Games Leaving PS Plus Extra/Premium In April 2023
- Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4
- The Wonderful 101 Remastered
- Croixleur Sigma
- Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign
- The Caligula Effect: Overdose
There are seven games listed here, although the list may differ depending on your region. Some regions, like Asia, have a different set of games compared to Europe or America.
These games are quite enjoyable and worth playing before they are taken off the service. The collection features a variety of genres, including the action-packed The Wonderful 101 Remastered and the Persona-inspired JRPG The Caligula Effect: Overdose, which adds its unique twists.
There’s a possibility that Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 will be removed from the service, given that Bandai Namco has unveiled a new game in the series that revisits previous storylines and introduces fresh gameplay enhancements. On a different note, Gabbuchi is an easy game to earn a platinum trophy from, so if you’re seeking one, it’s a good option that won’t take too much time to complete.
Regarding the date when these games will be removed from the PS Plus Extra/Premium tier in April 2023, there is usually no set date for their removal, so it is difficult to determine precisely when it will happen. This typically occurs alongside an update on the new additions to the PS Plus subscription service.