This could mean that Sony plan to reduce or even remove PS3 games from their monthly roster, although it should be noted that neither have been mentioned by the tech giant as part of their plans. PlayStation's Turkish Twitter feed posted this now deleted tweet yesterday, highlighting new titles coming in June, highlighting Killing Floor 2 and Life Is Strange. However, PlayStation Turkey apparently leaked the titles roughly a week ahead of schedule.
The official Japanese PlayStation website has been updated to note that PS3's production has come to an end.
While the critically acclaimed Life is unusual is another great option, especially for anyone wishing to try out the game ahead of the recently announced sequel. In the game, Max discovers her abilities to turn back time while saving her best friend, Chloe Price.
So, when you think about it, signing up to PlayStation Plus is a bit of a no-brainer, really.
Meanwhile, the games on Sony's PlayStation Plus May 2017 are now available for download.
On the other hand, "Killing Floor 2" is the sequel to the first-person shooter game that was first released for retail in 2009.
Whether this will be applying across the board, Playstation has yet to confirm - but it is true, this will be pretty awesome considering the monthly lineup of PlayStation games have been pretty sub-par since Sony introduced the paid program. The members can still download Tales from the Borderlands, Alienation on PS4.
All the PlayStation Vita fans can still have access to Laser Disco Defenders and Type: Rider via the Cross-buy feature.
There has been no word if the console is ending in North America and Europe yet, but it could be ending soon.