Persona 5 will be the first game to leave the PlayStation Plus Collection

Following the leak, the PlayStation Plus game lineup has been confirmed for April. While it will be nice for subscribers to get a trio of SpongeBob, Robin Hood, and roguelike games, they will soon lose one too.

It’s easy to miss, but the PlayStation Blog post announcing the April lineup also includes a Persona 5 addendum. “Persona 5 will be leaving the PS Plus collection on May 11,” it reads. “Add the game to your game library beforehand to continue accessing it as long as you have an active PlayStation Plus subscription.” This is the first time a game has left the PlayStation Plus Collection. The group of 18 games has been constant since the launch of the PlayStation 5, but that changes in May.

Persona 5 could be replaced by Persona 5 Royal, the souped-up version of the acclaimed RPG with additional content, but that remains to be seen. If you’re a PS Plus subscriber and haven’t already claimed the game, do so now. As the message states, you’ll still own the game while subscribing, but you won’t be able to claim it after Wednesday May 11th.

Oddly enough, this announcement comes after the unveiling of PlayStation’s new subscription service, which will combine PS Plus and PS Now into a single, three-tiered service. Existing PS Plus deals, a catalog of PS4 and PS5 games, backward compatible previous generation titles and trial versions are offered. However, free full games on day one are not. PlayStation boss Jim Ryan believes games would suffer if they were. Persona 5 will be the first game to leave the PlayStation Plus Collection

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