Nine games are leaving PS Plus this month, never to return to the service again! As such, if you’ve got a PS Plus Extra subscription, you should redeem these games as soon as possible, before they’re taken away.
A combination of both PS4 and PS5 games, these titles are downloadable and playable on both of these consoles only. If you own either of these, then you’re good to go.
Below are the nine PS4 and PS5 games leaving the PS Plus service in March:
Horizon Forbidden West, Borderlands 3, Scarlet Nexus and Resident Evil 7 are coming to the PlayStation Plus games catalogue, according to a reputable leaker. These are expected to join the service on February 21.
This information comes from Billbil-kun, who has previously released accurate lists of upcoming PS Plus titles. With that being said, it’s worth taking all unofficial reveals of this nature with a grain of salt.
Each of these games are decent at worst and excellent at best, depending on your tastes. Resident Evil 7 is a modern classic and kicked off a new age of first-person Resident Evil games. It did a lot to push horror games back into the limelight thanks to its mix of classic Resident Evil style and a refreshing new perspective. It’s well worth a play if you somehow missed it.
FAILINGS by probation officers left a sexual predator free to stalk and kill law graduate Zara Aleena days after he was released from jail, according to a watchdog.
In a damning report, Chief Inspector of Probation Justin Russell highlighted a catalogue of errors in the Probation Service’s handling of Jordan McSweeney.
McSweeney was jailed for life in December for murdering the law graduate[/caption]
Mr Russell said: “He should have been considered a ‘high risk of serious harm’ offender.
“If he had, more urgent action would have been taken to recall him to prison.
“The Probation Service failed to do so, and he was free to commit this most heinous crime.”
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