PS Plus PC inexplicably drops two more PS4 games from spotty library

The PS Plus PC app has once again failed to add all of the games that should be available to PS Plus Premium subscribers.

PS Plus PC inexplicably drops two more PS4 games from spotty library
Lee Brady

Lee Brady

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Another two PS Plus games have joined the ever-growing pile of missing PS Plus PC games, with Soulstice and MX vs ATV Legends both absent from the PS Plus library on PC. It's an unlucky break for any PS Plus Premium subscribers who were hoping to hunt Soulstice trophies on PC this month, as these missing PS Plus PC games tend to remain unavailable in the app indefinitely.

Soulstice and MX vs ATV Legends missing from PS Plus PC catalog

Every month, we update our PlayStation Plus PC guide with all the new PS Plus Extra and Premium titles that have joined the PC streaming library. The library should include every announced PS4, PS2, PS1, and PSP game available on the service, with Sony promising PS Plus Premium subscribers PS5 streaming will come at a future date.

Yet, of the six updates we've had so far, four of the monthly PS Plus Extra and Premium updates this year have failed to deliver games to PS Plus on PC. In January 2023, Life is Strange Before the Storm failed to make the jump to PS Plus PC, while in March 2023, Life is Strange 2 also failed to appear on the platform. Then in April 2023, headliner Doom Eternal failed to appear in the streaming app, and now with the latest update in June 2023, we're missing both Soulstice and Mx vs ATV Legends.
This would perhaps be a little less frustrating if Sony offered any explanation for the missing games at all, but since launching last year there's been hardly a peep out of the company regarding PS Plus PC. So we're afraid the absence of Soulstice and Mx vs ATV Legends will likely remain a mystery, and if they follow the pattern of games like John Wick Hex and KeyWe, it's possible the games might leave the PS Plus library entirely before ever coming to PS Plus on PC.

Were you hoping to play these new PS4 games on the PS Plus PC streaming app? Looking forward to streaming some of the best PS5 games, like Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart, once cloud gaming gets the PS5 streaming update? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments below.
Written by Lee Brady
Staff Writer Lee keeps one eye on the future (Final Fantasy VII Rebirth), one eye on the past (PS Plus Premium games), and his secret third eye on junk he really likes (Sonic games; Kingdom Hearts). Then he uses his big mouth to blurt out long-winded opinions about video games.
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