According to reports from the PlayStation Store, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Seems to be intended Leave the catalog From PlayStation Plus Extras Next month, to be exact December 20, 2022As stated on the official page of the game.
This is a rather significant removal, considering that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla was one of the games announced as the flagship in the catalog of the new PlayStation Plus service, when the three new subscription plans Essential, Extra, and Premium were introduced.
Given that it was included when the new service was launched, that is, last June 23, its continuity in the catalog is scheduled to be 6 months, which could also give us an idea of the working times of the titles within the new Plus, unless of course it is a bug in the store.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is also part of the special agreement signed between Sony and Ubisoft with the launch of the Ubisoft + Classics service, but at the moment we do not know if the publisher’s other games will leave the catalog in the same period. .
In short, there is still a certain confusion in communication about the permanence of games in the PlayStation Plus catalog, something that really came to light in recent weeks when Sony seemed to have removed the “expiration dates” for games, which they weren’t. Replace it with more restraint about it.
If the question is confirmed, PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium users will have until December 20 to continue playing Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, while after this date they can no longer start playing it, unless, of course, they decide to purchase it.
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