The PS Plus Extra & Premium releases for October 2023 are known. Now is the time to enjoy some nuggets before it’s too late.
Each month, subscribers to the different PlayStation Plus plans can get their hands on a large number of games. We have the monthly releases of PS Plus Essential, but also regular additions to the PS Plus Extra and Premium game catalogs. But there are also many titles that leave the service at the same time to give way to new ones. And we know the list of releases for October 2023.
Outgoing PS Plus Extra & Premium games for October 2023
In October 2023, no less than 16 games will leave the PS Plus Extra and Premium catalog. So you only have a few days left to enjoy it, and you should get started now if one of these titles speaks to you, since some are particularly long, like Yakuza for example, and there are three of them leaving the ship next month. We will also note Supermassive’s narrative game, The Quarry, which will return to hide in the woods before Halloween, but also Far Cry 4 and Far Cry 5, the two FPS from Ubisoft that will retire at the same time.
In this list, we also note that two huge gems will come out of the catalog, these are Inside and Limbo, two phenomena of the independent scene signed Playdead. If you haven’t yet touched these masterpieces, now is the time to enjoy them.
- Clouds & Sheep 2
- Far Cry 4
- Far Cry 5
- Gal*Gunvolt: Burst
- Goosebumps: The Game
- Naruto To Boruto: Shinobi Striker
- The Crew
- The Medium
- The Quarry
- Yakuza 3 Remastered
- Yakuza 4 Remastered
- Yakuza 5 Remastered
Last chance to enjoy it on PS5
These 16 games will leave the PS Plus Extra & Premium catalogs from October 17, 2023. After that, you’ll definitely have to go back to the checkout to get your hands on them, or wait for them to come back in the catalog one of these days. It’s rare, but it has happened before. Never mind, many games will arrive in October anyway, although we don’t yet know which ones. Not to mention the very large number of new games arriving next month, such as Assassin’s Creed Mirage, The Lord of the Fallenor the highly anticipated Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. The end of the year promises to be busy again on PS5, but not only that.