Dishonored 2, Bethesda and Arkane Studio's 2016 stealth adventure, will be removed from PlayStation Now on June 1st.
While that's not much of a story in itself, it's certainly got people talking because an end date for the title's stint on the service was never mentioned when it arrived in June 2020.
Dishonored 2 Leaving PS Now, Prompting Bethesda Exclusivity Speculation
The game is already on Xbox Game Pass, but its removal from PS Now suggests that Microsoft may be looking to bring its newly acquired stable of Bethesda titles to Game Pass exclusively.
The only other titles on PS Now from Bethesda are DOOM 2016 and RAGE 2, both of which are already on Game Pass, while Fallout 4 is part of the PS Plus Collection for PS5 owners.
It's also worth noting that Dishonored and Dishonored 2 are on Xbox Game Pass, but standalone spinoff Death of the Outsider isn't.
Still, PlayStation fans can console themselves by playing Deathloop in September - a PS5 console exclusive. Check out our preview here.
We've also put together a wishlist for Dishonored 3 here.