PS Plus: 5 Games Which Would Probably Never Appear On PS Plus Free Games

As we know Sony, is giving up games on PS Plus for gaming. It follows its old rule and giving the games to ‎PS Plus every month. But, there is a piece of shocking news for game lovers, there are some featuring games that are going to extinct forever on PS.

But why these games are going to end on PS PLUS? the reason behind this is the notice of third-party entry on the list. But there are few games which are going to end on it for free.

Well, the reason behind the games will show up on screens, not for free is simple as of the RDR 2. The Rockstar is in the track of success, that itself not allowing any of its games offline. So, there is no doubt it was going to be free on PS PLUS too. The first sequel of Red Dead Redemption came on PS Plus after the two years of its launch. So, it surely adds some extra revenue to the Rockstar studios over their game.

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  • Assassin’s Creed Odyssey: (PS Plus)

If it comes to Assassin’s Creed, there is a relevant reason for the game not to appear on PS Plus anymore. The Assassin’s Creedy appeared on PS after AC 3 was added to it in 2013. And then The AC Freedom Cry was also added to the list in 2017, which ultimately leads to lag on the service. There is a lack of franchise on it. So, we can not expect the new AC Odyssey will appear on screen anymore.

  • The Witcher 3:

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There is no particular reason for not having THE WITCHER 3 on service. The CD Projekt Red and this will surely be a nice combination if the game appears on service. Moreover, there is a massive resurgence in sales for The Witcher 3 after the show debuted, so that likely did better for the developer than a game on PS Plus would have.

  • Doom Eternal: (PS Plus)

The same issue is with the Bethesda as of the CD Projekt Red. None of the games of Bethesda is released on this. Games like Doom, Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, etc are not streamed on PS Plus. Because like CD Projekt Red, Bethesda is independent of companies to release their games.

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  • Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice:

Hellblade Senua’s Sacrifice is under construction for Xbox One, Xbox series, Pc. It would be a great combination with PC Plus to feature on the screens. But, nothing happened yet, because Hellblade is Microsoft property, and it is under construction for PC.

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