Sony has revealed the next batch of titles bidding a fond farewell to its PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscription tiers in February, which this time include the likes of Resident Evil 7, Tekken 7, and Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown.
Thankfully, that’s where the curse of the video game sevens ends, with no sign of the number across the remaining seven PlayStation 4 titles currently listed under the ‘Last chance to play’ section of the PlayStation dashboard. Oh.
Alongside the zombie, fight-y, plane-y departures mentioned in the opening paragraph, Sony has revealed Playstation Plus Extra and Premium subscribers will soon be losing access to sci-fi narrative adventure Tacoma, colour-based platform-puzzler Hue, ageing indie darling Thomas Was Alone, and Lost Words: Beyond the Page.
February’s final three departures all come from Square Enix’s Tokyo RPG Factory, with Lost Sphear, Oninaki, and I am Setsuna all heading out the door.
Sony hasn’t shared an exact date for the removal of the above games from its PlayStation Plus Extra catalogue as yet, but 20th February — the date its next batch of PlayStation Plus additions arrive — seems like a safe bet based on previous experience.
And if you’re more a fan of hellos than goodbyes, January has brought a strong selection of newcomers to PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium, including the Resident Evil 2 remake, Lego City Undercover, Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, and more.