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PS Plus Essential: These Three Games Are Leaving in April 2023

You only have a few hours to claim the free PlayStation Plus Essential games for March 2023, on both PS5 and PS4 consoles.

The new free games offered with PlayStation Plus Essential will be officially available from today, Tuesday 4 April, which is why it will soon be time to say goodbye to some big games. Check out the list of games leaving PS Plus Essential in April 2023 below.

List of Games Leaving PS Plus Essential Catalog in April 2023

PS Plus Essential Three Games Are Leaving in April 2023

The subscription service from Sony, PlayStation Plus Essential, allows you to access numerous benefits, including various free monthly games. While waiting for the free games arriving on the catalog in April 2023, in a few hours it will be time to say goodbye to these titles.

According to reports, subscribers to PlayStation Plus Essential are about to see the possibility of trying three games that are soon going to leave the service. In fact, you only have a very few hours to claim the March 2023 PS Plus Essential games on both PS5 and PS4, making them fully playable on your account.

Titles such as Battlefield 2042, Code Vein, and Minecraft Dungeons will soon be replaced by a whole new series of titles made available completely free of charge only for active subscribers.

The April 2023 lineup promises to be really interesting and noteworthy in any case, given that Sackboy: A Big Adventure, Tails of Iron, and the new Meet Your Maker (the latter available on Day One) are coming soon.

In this regard, speaking of the games arriving in April, we remind you that the complete dimensions of all the new titles arriving on PS Plus during the month that has just begun have been announced, so you can immediately check the free space on the memory of your consoles and plan accordingly.

Furthermore, if you are subscribed to the Premium level subscription, you can also take advantage of a new free trial dedicated to Sonic Frontiers, which is really not bad.