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More Yakuza Games May Be Leaving PS Plus Extra/Premium In The Coming Days

Two additional Yakuza Games may be leaving the PS Plus Extra and Premium game catalog in the days to come.

The games in question are Yakuza: Like a Dragon and Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, and the reasoning behind them potentially leaving the PS Plus Extra and Premium catalog soon is that every other Yakuza game previously added to the service has consistently left the service a year later.

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Therefore, it is highly likely that these two games will also exit the service in two months. If you are new to the series, both Yakuza 6: The Song of Life and Yakuza: Like a Dragon are great entry points. Yakuza 6 offers a mix of action and detective gameplay, while Like a Dragon adopts a turn-based combat system and features a more traditional Yakuza-style storyline. Regardless of your playstyle, both games offer plenty of content. Therefore, it is advisable to begin playing them immediately, as they likely to no longer be available in 2 months time.

Meanwhile, Sony will be removing a total of 7 games from the PS Plus Extra and Premium catalog in the month of November, 2023. The currently known list of games leaving the service on November 21, 2023, include Ace of Seafood,ConnecTank,Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition,Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams – Director’s Cut, Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight,My Time at Portia, and Wild Guns Reloaded.

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 November, 2023 is My Time at Portia, a game developed by Chinese studio Pathea Games and published by Team17. It was initially released for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2019. An Android and iOS version became available in early August, 2021. The game combines elements of role-playing and simulation genres.

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