Like every month, there are some games that will no longer be part of the PS Plus Extra and Premium catalog. This market choice is dictated by the constant recycling of games so that users always have something new to play. In this article, we have decided to create a list of titles that will no longer be part of the Extra and Premium catalogs starting from July 18th.
Which games will leave PS Plus Extra and Premium catalog in July?
The games that all users subscribed to the PS Plus Extra and Premium subscription services will no longer be able to play from 18 July are as follows:
- Saints Row Gat out of Hell (PS4)
- Stray (PS5 and PS4)
- Bioshock Remastered (PS4)
- Bioshock 2 Remastered (PS4)
- Bioshock Infinite The Complete Edition (PS4)
- Borderlands The Handsome Collection (PS4)
- Rogue Stormers (PS4)
- Marvel's Avengers Definitive Edition (PS5 ans PS4)
- Fluster Cluck (PS4)
- Raiden V Director's Cut (PS4)
As you can see, the entire Bioshock saga will no longer be available on the service, so if you still haven't recovered this gaming milestone, we advise you to do so before it is no longer possible. In addition, there is a need to report Stray's exit as well. Stray landed on day one on the catalog last year and, therefore, exactly one year after its addition, Sony has decided to remove the game, which could create discontent among fans.
We also point out the release of Borderlands The Handsome Collection, an excellent exponent of the FPS genre and very fun to play in company; as well as the release of Marvel's Avengers Definitive Edition, although the game did not enjoy an excellent reputation at launch.
Finally, Saints Row Gat out of Hell, Rogue Stormers, Fluster Cluck, and Raiden V Director's Cut represent minor titles that will leave PS Plus catalog intended for a less vast audience, but which we advise you to recover (if you haven't played them yet) because they still turn out to be valid titles that may intrigue you.