While we wait for the next major PS Plus announcement from PlayStation, PS5 players need to talk about all the PS Plus games leaving in November 2023. We know it sucks to think that your time with some of the great games available through this service is fleeting, but that’s how these things work; when new games get added, some of the available games get removed. In November 2023, as it stands, seven games are on the way out.
If you’re unaware, you haven’t got long to claim your free PS Plus games for October 2023 – a trio of titles that includes one of the best horror games of 2022 and one of the best RPG games out there for anyone who loves the Wild West. However, those of you with access to the PS Plus Premium and Extra games should also be aware that seven PS Plus games are going to leave the service in November 2023. If you think that sounds like a lot, that’s because it is quite a lot.
Although, the question still remains: what PS Plus games are you going to lose access to in November 2023?
Well, as per the PlayStation Store, right now the seven games leaving PS Plus in November 2023 are:
- Giana Sisters Twisted Dreams Directors Cut
- Ace of Seafood
- Dandara Trials of Fear Edition
- My Time At Portia
- Momodora Reverie Under The Moonlight
- Wild Guns Reloaded
All seven of these games will be leaving PS Plus on November 21, 2023. So, thankfully, you still have some time to jump into them among all the new PS5 games available and any new PS Plus November 2023 games that pique your interest.
If you’re looking for a cute life-sim with RPG elements, My Time At Portia is one of the best open world games for that. Wild Guns Reloaded and ConnecTank are also some great co-op games to give a go before they leave. Dandara Trails of Fear Edition is also one of the best metroidvania games out there right now.
Thankfully, though, as it stands, there aren’t any major games on the way out – just a selection of indie titles. This might mean that some of the best PS5 games currently missing from PS Plus will remain unavailable for the time being, as PlayStation may balance the removal of indie games with the addition of indie games. However, only time will tell. We’re days from an official announcement, so keep your eyes peeled.
For now, though, the Halloween PS Store sale is a DLC frenzy for this PS Plus horror game – which is certainly worth playing in the closing stages of spooky season. It’s also worth noting, though, that this PS Plus feature won’t work with your PS Portal – if you’re waiting on one of those.