If you’re a frequent user of PlayStation Now and fancy tucking into Bethesda’s brilliant Dishonored 2, then you had better get your skates on – the game is leaving the service on June 1, 2021, according to Reddit.
Bethesda is now owned by Microsoft thanks to the Xbox maker’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media, which means that, save for the likes of Ghostwire: Tokyo and Deathloop, any future games will now be exclusive to PC and Xbox.
Starfield, the highly anticipated sci-fi RPG from Bethesda, falls into this category, which is obviously a massive blow for Sony.
There’s no new Dishonored games confirmed to be in the works at present, but given that series creator Arkane Studios also falls under the Microsoft umbrella now, we can probably kiss goodbye to any future series entries on a PlayStation platform.
Dishonored 2 was released for the PS4, PC and Xbox One back in November 2016, and you can read our full review on the sequel here.