Subscription fees are, many times, a good way to always have games on hand in case we need one to cover the dead days between new things that come to our PS5, but it is true that, sometimes, that bustle of tickets and Departures can cause some frustration because we are leaving and leaving that of messing with a title that we really want because too many hours are necessary and, when we get down to work… wham!, it disappears from the catalogue.
One of the best in recent years
The point is that, as with Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass, in the new Sony PS Plus the games are not maintained ad eternum within the catalog and may leave without prior notice. If it is an exclusive Japanese title, it is obvious that this is not very likely to happen, but if we are talking about a Ubisoft development, things change. Especially when important news will be produced around that franchise throughout the month of December and, especially, from 2023.
Indeed, the game that is going to say goodbye to PS Plus is none other than Assassin’s Creed Valhallathe latest installment of the famous saga from the French company that hit stores in November 2020 to welcome the new generation of consoles. A delivery that we can consider the largest and most complete that time has seen and that, unfortunately, will end in the last month of 2022 to receive content updates.
will be with The last chapter that the story of these Vikings who have been terrorizing all the peoples of England is definitively closed, with a compendium of missions and additional content that will end their universe. Keep in mind that Next year there are already announced new games and the witness will take another that, it seems, will return to the origins, to that first Assassin’s Creed of the Holy Land when we learned about the confrontation between assassins and Templars.
When will he leave?
Although the fact that Assassin’s Creed Valhalla leaving PS Plus is bad news, we have another one that we could consider better and it is the date on which it will no longer be available since we have practically three weeks ahead of us to immerse ourselves in it and advance as much as we can in the story. And it is that the Ubisoft game will leave for good on December 20 so it is practically impossible that you can finish it whole. Especially if you are one of those who complete all the secondary missions and look for all the treasures, secrets and rewards.
But as in these cases, You can always start a game move on and when Assassin’s Creed Valhalla leaves PS Plus, buy an edition (the GOTY for example) taking advantage of the Christmas sales and reuse the game to reconnect with it. It is, without a doubt, one of the best titles to which we can dedicate time due to its extension, fun and depth of play.