PlayStation users discovered a bug on the PlayStation Network that allows them to get discounts of up to 50% on the purchase of a subscription to PlayStation Plus Premium.
This is possible because users they are buying 1-year subscription packages to PS Now which from June will become PlayStation Plus Premiumthe company’s new online service.
“When the new PlayStation Plus service launches, PlayStation Now will transition to the new PlayStation Plus offering and will no longer be available as a standalone service. PlayStation Now customers will migrate to PlayStation Plus Premium without increasing their current subscription fees at launch,” Sony announced a week ago.
In this way the players they are accumulating months or even years of subscription to the service paying only half of the real cost of the product. Users are paying only $59.99 per year, when under normal conditions they should pay $119.99.
Previously Sony had implemented a limit on the purchase of PS Now to prevent this type of situation from occurring. Therefore, they blocked the option of making purchases for periods longer than a month.
What will the new Sony service offer?
The main attraction of Sony’s new bet that combines both PlayStation Plus and PS Now is the fact that it offers a wide catalog of video games that can be enjoyed automatically just by paying the membership.
For the most expensive package priced at $17.99 per month, users can count on a library of up to 740 gamesas well as early access to betas of select games.
“PlayStation Plus Premium provides access to cloud streaming for games from the original PlayStation, PS2, PSP and PS4 which are offered in the Extra and Premium tiers in markets where PlayStation Now is currently available. Users can stream the games through PS4, PS5 consoles and on PC”, they detail from the official PlayStation website.
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