Which games are leaving PS Plus in June 2023?

Just as the PS Plus expands, so too must Sony cull it of titles to make way for new ones to arrive, presumably next month as well.

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After this month's exodus of PS Plus Extra and Premium titles, more are leaving Sony's paid subscription service soon.

As per the latest update to the "Last Chance to Play" section on the PlayStation 5, the following games are leaving PS Plus next month:

  • Descenders (PS4)
  • Party Hard (PS4)
  • 9 Monkeys of Shaolin (PS4)
  • Ash of Gods: Redemption (PS4)
  • Fire Pro Wrestling World (PS4)
  • Black Mirror (PS4)
  • Wytchwood (PS5, PS4)
  • John Wick Hex (PS4)
  • KeyWe (PS5, PS4)
  • No Straight Roads (PS4)
  • Defense Grid 2 (PS4)
  • Joe Dever's Lone Wolf (PS4)
  • Agents of Mayhem (PS4)
  • Gods Will Fall (PS4)
  • Red Faction (PS4)
  • Red Faction II (PS4)
  • Redeemer: Enhanced Edition (PS4)
The constant shuffling of games in PS Plus helps keep subscribers on their toes and guarantees that games get played before they're scrubbed off the library.

The good news is that these aren't exactly the sort of games that will make you subscribe or leave a platform.

In comparison, the influx of new games that came to PS Plus Extra and Premium tiers this month more than make up for the upcoming loss.

PlayStation has done an excellent job curating a diverse lineup of games over the years, but it has constantly rotated games in and out to keep things fresh and exciting.

The list of exiting games, although smaller in scale, spans various genres and caters to different types of gamers. It doesn't matter if you're into action, adventure, puzzles, or sports, there's everything for everyone.

So, if you haven't had a chance to give them a try yet, now's the best time to do so.

PS Plus subscribers can enjoy the departing games until May comes to a close.

Looking ahead, fans can await the announcement of fresh titles joining the PS Plus lineup next month. The thrill of what could be next is part of the gaming journey on the PS Plus. As these 17 PS5 and PS4 games depart, it's clear that more is coming.

Given that the first PlayStation Showcase in nearly two years is scheduled for next week, Sony might be preparing to drop a big one on its fans for June.

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