Sony builds his abomodel around the PlayStation. For the most expensive variant, PlayStation Plus Premium, 17.99 euros per month are expected. Some gamers do not stop there and doing themselves quickly with old subscriptions – until the year 2031. Sony makes them a dash through the bill.
PlayStation Plus: Gamer buy old annual subscriptions
Subscribers from PlayStation Now will be part of PlayStation-Plus system in the future. But not all want to accept how new reports suggest. Anyone who removes themselves before changing with old subscriptions, which can be easily cheaper in the future at ** PlayStation Plus Premium. Actually, PlayStation Plus Premium at 17.99 euros per month or 119.99 euros annually.
The cost of the premium variant of PlayStation Plus is twice as high as the playstation now . Since it is certainly not surprising that there is possibilities to save costs. Early, some gamers have come up with the idea of simply filling themselves with PS-Now subscriptions (Source: Kotaku).
The new PlayStation Plus: You have to know that about the subscription
At Twitter, the first screenshots are already visible, where Gamer has a annual subscription to 2031 . That was probably too much for Sony too much, because on the official website no annual subscription can now be completed for PS now. Even with other retailers such as Amazon, Saturn, Mediamarkt and Gamestop, it is currently only possible to complete a monthly subscription for PS NOW.
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The offer the new PlayStation subscriptions
From June 2022 three new subscription variants from PlayStation Plus available. For Europe, Sony has not yet mentioned a concrete date, but the features and prices are already fixed.
PlayStation Plus Essential (8.99 euros per month) Corresponds to the previous PlayStation Plus model with discounts, free games and multiplayer. At PlayStation Plus Extra (13.99 euros per month) there are still over 400 ps4 and PS5 games as a download. In addition, PlayStation Plus Premium (17.99 euros per month) 340 offers classics from the PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP time.