Upcoming PS Plus Extra & Premium Feb 2024 Departures


If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you’ll want to start clearing your gaming schedule because a slew of titles will be leaving the Plus Extra and Premium catalog in February 2024. By February 20, we’ll bid farewell to 10 diverse games, with a noticeable lean towards Japanese creations. Headlining the soon-to-be-departed list is the survival horror favorite, Resident Evil VII, the gripping terror-inducing prequel to Resident Evil Village.

Here’s the definitive list of the games that will be leaving PS Plus Extra and Premium:
1. Tekken 7
2. Resident Evil VII
3. Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
4. Tacoma
5. Lost Sphear
6. I am Setsuna
7. Oninaki
8. Thomas Was Alone
9. Hue
10. Lost Words: Beyond the Page

Make the most of your subscription to dive into these games until the aforementioned date. It’s worth noting that these titles on their way out are separate from the monthly offerings of the Essential tier. Remember, those monthly Essential games stay with your account forever, as long as you claim them during the availability period.

January was no slouch for newcomers on the PS Plus playbook either. We saw an impressive lineup landing, including titles like “Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Next-Level Edition” and a remake of the horror classic “Resident Evil 2.” Here’s a look at the gems you can play right now:

**Extra Tier:**
– Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands – Next Level Edition (PS5, PS4)
– Resident Evil 2 (PS5, PS4)
– Hardspace: Shipbreaker (PS5)
– LEGO City Undercover (PS4)
– Just Cause 3 (PS4)
– Session: Skate Sim (PS5, PS4)
– Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (PS4)
– Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong (PS5, PS4)
– Surviving the Aftermath (PS4)

**Premium Tier:**
– Rally Cross (PS5, PS4)
– Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace (PS5, PS4)
– Street Fighter: 30th Anniversary Collection (PS4)
– Legends of Mana (PS4)
– Secret of Mana (PS4)

Take note of the platforms marked for each game because it’s the key to your access. Titles listed with PS4-only versions can also be enjoyed on the PS5, thanks to the console’s backward compatibility feature. So if you’re still rocking the previous gen console, you won’t miss out on these gaming experiences.

Now’s the time to grab a controller and start ticking off that gaming list because these titles won’t hang around in your library indefinitely. Whether it’s throwing punches in “Tekken 7,” braving the skies in “Ace Combat 7,” or solving puzzles in “Tacoma,” there’s something for every taste before they disappear from the PlayStation Plus line-up. Happy gaming!

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