Here are the games leaving PlayStation Plus in September 2023. While August has been a fantastic month for subscribers – packed with loads of new games to try – next month will see a handful of titles quietly depart, including several Ubisoft favourites.
Like many popular television and film streaming services, PlayStation Plus will periodically add and remove titles from its gaming on demand library. There’s always a likelihood that a game you’re playing may disappear from the lineup, so it’s always best to keep an eye on which games are due to leave.
Games leaving PlayStation Plus Extra | September 2023
Similar to last month, there are a moderate number of games being pulled. The full list includes:
- Chicory: A Colorful Tale
- Death End re;Quest 2
- Nidhogg 2
- Through the Darkest of Times
- Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands
- Watch Dogs
- Watch Dogs 2
When are these games leaving PlayStation Plus? You will no longer be able to access any of the titles above from September 19th, 2023. So, if you’re halfway through a Deathloop playthrough, or want to get in some last-minute matches of Nidhogg 2, there’s still time.
Those plans might get put aside with the rush of games that have just dropped on PlayStation Plus for August 2023’s line up. PGA Tour 2K23, Death’s Door, and Dreams will be available to all Plus subscribers with members of the Extra and Premium tiers getting plenty of extra goodies. Moving Out 2 is one of our hot picks, alongside Midnight Fight Express and the upcoming Sea of Stars. More retro PlayStation classics have also been given a revamp including MediEvil: Resurrection and Ape Escape: On the Loose.
PlayStation Plus relaunch explained
In 2022, a PlayStation Plus relaunch rolled out around the world, transforming the PS Plus we once knew into a three tiered subscription service that bundles in and expands what was once PlayStation Now. The classic PS Plus is now called PS Plus Essential, giving access to online multiplayer gaming, cloud save backups, exclusive offers and at least 2 free monthly games. PS Plus Extra then adds a catalogue of PS4 and PS5 games into the mix, while PS Plus Deluxe and Premium (depending on your region) adds older PS2, PS1 and PSP game emulation, and game streaming for PS3 and other titles.