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PlayStation Plus users spot free game that's set to leave very soon

PlayStation Plus users spot free game that's set to leave very soon

Into narrative-driven titles? Play Telling Lies before it's too late

PlayStation Plus’ extra tier catalogue may treat us to a generous drop of new free games to enjoy every month, but so too does it take a chunk of titles away.

The ever-expanding catalogue isn’t quite as ever-expanding as it looks but hey, there’s still more than enough to keep us busy so it’s not the end of the world.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that 12 games will be departing in June.

The biggest loss is easily Grand Theft Auto V. Given that this times up with Red Dead Redemption 2 joining the catalogue, I guess there’s only room for one Rockstar Games megahit around these parts.

MotoGP23, Baja: Edge of Control HD, Monster Jam: Steel Titans, SpongeBob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated, Dodgeball Academia, The Wild At Heart, Indivisible, The Talos Principle, Unturned, DC League of Superpets, and Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons are also all on their way out.

It turns out though that we seemingly actually have 13 departures this month as subscribers have spotted a departing game not included in the ‘Last Chance to Play’ selection.

Take a look at SpongeBob Squarepants: Battle For Bikini Bottom Rehydrated in action below. With a runtime of nine-hours, you’ve got plenty of time to squeeze this one in.

Reddit user 14sammy2 spotted that Telling Lies is also set to depart soon with the game showing an expiration date of 18 June.

I can verify that after venturing over to PlayStation Plus, I too can see this message.

It’s strange that this particular game wasn’t listed alongside the other departing titles but thankfully, 14sammy2 spotted the expiration date with enough time for us actually to enjoy Telling Lies.

Telling Lies is a narrative game developed by Sam Barlow, of Immortality fame, and Furious Bee.

Published by Annapurna Interactive back in 2019, it follows a series of video calls made between four individuals with players tasked with working out what’s a lie and what’s the truth. It’s often dubbed a “desktop thriller”.

It only takes around four hours to complete the main story so you’ve got plenty of time to tick this one off your to-play list before it departs PS Plus and as Reddit user BioPsychoSocial0 points out, it’s a “quick platinum game for trophy hunters”.

Enjoy it while you can.

Featured Image Credit: Martin Katler via Unsplash, Sony

Topics: PlayStation, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Playstation Plus, Sony