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Here Are The Games Leaving PS Plus Extra & Premium In March 2024

Here are the games that will be leaving the Extra and Premium tiers of the PS Plus subscription service in the month of March, 2024.

The PlayStation Store page has been updated to indicate the batch of games in the PS Plus Extra and Premium catalog that will be making their exit from the service. Sony will be removing a total of 10 games from the PS Plus Extra and Premium catalog in the month of March, 2024.

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Games Leaving PS Plus Extra & Premium in March 2024

The currently known list of games leaving PS Plus Extra in March, 2024 can be seen below.

  • Tchia (PS4/PS5)
  • Civilization VI (PS4)
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo (PS5)
  • Neo: The World Ends With You (PS4)
  • Haven (PS4/PS5)
  • Outer Wilds (PS4/PS5)
  • Code Vein (PS4)

As always, this is the last chance for PS Plus Extra and Premium subscribers to show these games some love before they leave the service. Subscribers can always view the “Last chance to play section” on the PlayStation Plus Collections page on PS5, or the Games Catalogue section in the PlayStation Plus menu on PS4, for games they may be interested in checking out before they leave the service.

One of the prominent titles that are leaving PS Plus Extra and Premium in March is Ghostwire: Tokyo, an action adventure game developed by Tango Gameworks and published by Bethesda Softworks. Directed by Kenji Kimura, the game’s narrative was co-written by Syoji Ishimine and Seiji Ebihara. Set in a fictionalized Tokyo overrun by supernatural entities, the story follows a boy named Akito, who is possessed by a spirit after a fatal car crash. Endowed with abilities by the spirit, Akito fights against the specters, investigates disappearances in Tokyo, and endeavors to save his family. The game features a first-person perspective, with players navigating linear, narrative-driven environments in Tokyo through mission-based gameplay.

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