PlayStation Plus’s premium tier structure has completed a full year, but as the service’s libraries continue to expand, certain games will be removed from the service over time. In July, ten games will be expiring from the PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium tiers, including the day-one PS Plus title, Stray. Although only ten games are leaving the top two tiers this month, the list includes some well-known titles such as Borderlands, Bioshock, and Marvel’s Avengers. Here is the complete list:
– BioShock Remastered
– BioShock 2 Remastered
– BioShock Infinite Remastered
– Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
– Fluster Cluck
– Marvel’s Avengers
– Raiden 5: Director’s Cut
– Rogue Stormers
– Saints Row: Gat Out of Hell
Stray stands out as one of the few games that was added to the PS Plus lineup on its release. Sony’s general plan for the service is to enhance its libraries with older first-party titles.
Based on the expiry dates provided in the PS Plus Guide, all of the games leaving in July will be available until July 18. If you have any of these games on your list, you have approximately three weeks left to enjoy them.
The free PlayStation Plus games for July were leaked early and have now been officially confirmed by Sony. The lineup includes Alan Wake Remastered and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The remaining games for the month will be announced soon.
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