Sony has expanded its PlayStation Plus service to encompass more benefits and features. While the standard option we've been subscribed to for years will remain under a slight rebranding, two more tiers are being introduced to offer its members more as part of their subscription. In this PS5 guide, we are going to break down all three tiers and share what each of them grants you access to. You can find a list of All PS Plus Games and Best PS Plus Games through the links.
PS Plus Memberships: All Three Tiers Explained
The tiers introduced in June's PS Plus update encompass a lot of new features, so the table below is designed as an "at a glance" look at what each one offers. Feel free to have a quick look at what each one grants you access to, and then read on to learn more in the individual sections below.
|Monthly PS5, PS4 Downloadable Games||Exclusive Discounts, Cloud Storage, Online Multiplayer Access||A Downloadable Catalogue of Nearly 400 PS5, PS4 Games||PS3 Game Streaming||PS1, PS2, and PSP Game Catalogue for Download and Streaming||Time-Limited Game Trials|
|PS Plus Essential||Yes||Yes||—||—||—||—|
|PS Plus Extra||Yes||Yes||Yes||—||—||—|
|PS Plus Premium||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
PS Plus Essential Explained
The PS Plus Essential tier is the one for any current subscribers that wish for their membership to continue the way it already is. This is simply a rebranding of what we know PS Plus as today, simply with a new name. This tier gives you one PS5 game and two PS4 games each month as part of your membership, as well as access to online multiplayer, cloud storage, and exclusive discounts.
Visit our PS Plus buyer's guide to find discounted PlayStation Wallet Top-Ups to use towards the subscriptions displayed above.
PS Plus Extra Explained
If you want to add some bonus PS5 and PS4 games on top of your basic PS Plus package, the PS Plus Extra tier is the one for you. This essentially combines the pre-existing PS Plus and PS Now services under one roof, with the added bonus it now includes PS5 titles. This catalogue is said to reach up to 400 PS5, PS4 games. All of them will be downloadable.
At launch, the line-up will include Death Stranding, God of War, Marvel's Spider-Man, Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Mortal Kombat 11, and Returnal among many others. For a more complete list of the games set to be included in PS Plus Extra, click the link.
Visit our PS Plus buyer's guide to find discounted PlayStation Wallet Top-Ups to use towards the subscriptions displayed above.
PS Plus Premium Explained
The highest tier includes the most features, as you'd expect. On top of everything included in the PS Plus Essential and Extra tiers, you'll also have the ability to stream PS3 games to your console. These titles are only available for streaming; download options won't be present. Also, this catalogue will extend to PS1, PS2, and PSP titles, which will be downloadable. In total, the list of PS1, PS2, PS3, and PSP games included is said to reach 340. For a taste of the games included in PS Plus Premium, click the link.
Some of the PS1 and PSP titles will actually be updated with save state and rewind functionality via a new interface. Furthermore, select PS1 and PSP games will even feature improved resolutions and frame rates.
Finally, time-limited game trials of newer titles will be available through PS Plus Premium. You'll be able to play for up to two hours, and earn Trophies during that time. Should you choose to buy the game off the back of the game trial, your save data will carry over.
Visit our PS Plus buyer's guide to find discounted PlayStation Wallet Top-Ups to use towards the subscriptions displayed above.
PS Plus Deluxe Explained
If you live in a region that lacks PS3 game streaming, the highest tier of PS Plus will be called PS Plus Deluxe. This includes all the benefits of PS Plus Essential and PS Plus Extra along with "a catalog of beloved classic games from the original PlayStation, PS2 and PSP generations to download and play, along with time-limited game trials". It's essentially PS Plus Premium, just without the ability to stream PS3 games.
While it's been confirmed the PS Plus Deluxe tier will be cheaper than PS Plus Premium, official pricing hasn't been announced just yet.
What new tier of PS Plus will you be subscribing to? Check out our PS5 guide and All PS Plus Games guides for more information.
I own a regular ps4..not a pro or anything but I still think PS Plus Premium is going to be the one everyone including me goes to.
Premium description is not right. PS3 titles won’t be downloadable but they say at least some of the PS1/PS2/PSP ones will be. Might be worded better.
PS+ Extra seems right to me, as I don't have much interest in classic games or game streaming, but I can probably be coaxed into getting the Premium plan just to have more games at my fingertips and also vote with my wallet in favor of this PS+ enhancement.
I'll likely go for the most expensive seeing as it's got the PS3 games and my ps3 packed in after fourteen years. If GT7 is an indication of how Sony are going to handle live service games then I definitely won't be sticking around for it though.
My ps plus subscription will end in april and i just wanna know how much we will have to pay to get upgraded to extra or premium tiers when i renew instead of buying 1 year and have no upgrade path
Seems to me that all these subscription services seem to do is create never ending backlogs, let's say there's 50 games on playstation plus that you want to play on top of other games that you buy, how would you fit all them into your schedule as more and more games get added every month and you will be more likely to abandon some games to start others especially if they are planned to leave the service, thus creating a never ending backlog and list of unfinished games.
So the new 340 games is spread across PS1, PS2, PS3? It's not 340 with each system? I'd say about 200 or more is what PS3 games on PS Now has now anyway.
@Snake_V5 It's 340 games across PS1, PS2, PS3, and PSP.
@LiamCroft Are they giving us PS5 games too? Well I'd say only 100 games will be left for PS1, PS2 and PSP because there's over 200 PS3 games on PS Now right now. It doesn't leave much for the other systems.
I’d like to know what the actual selection of older games will be available before I drop the money on a year. If there’s very little that interests me I’m just gonna stick with the base tier considering I’ll still be able to game with friends if I want to and get the free monthly games. Not to mention there isn’t any CAD pricing yet. I’m sure before launch we’ll hear about what games will be available
@Snake_V5 The PS5 games are separate from that total. There's another catalogue of nearly 400 PS5, PS4 games that's part of both the Extra and Premium tiers.
@LiamCroft Liam would you answer this if you can please...
As this is a massive launch effort, we’re rolling out the new PlayStation Plus offering in a phased regional approach. In the June timeframe, we’ll begin with an initial launch in several markets in Asia, followed by North America, Europe and the rest of the world where PlayStation Plus is offered.
Does that mean the UK will get this last? Or will everyone have it by June.
Sorry a bit off topic has anyone had a problem with their PS5’s randomly switching on since the last update? I don’t have the HDMI link on and it hasn’t happened before the update
@Snake_V5 I think we'll definitely have access to it here in the UK by the end of June, but it does sound like there'll be sort of a soft launch in Asia, and then everywhere else will get it all at once.
@LiamCroft Thank you, I hope it doesn't end up we get it after June. I never knew there adding PS5 games to the service.
@Snake_V5 it's 340 games for psp, ps1, ps2 and ps3 and a seperate 400 games for ps4 and ps5 so over 740 games in total which is way better than the current ps now.
In fact ps now currently offers 300 ps4 games so when the new service goes live in June it will be adding atleast another 100 hundred ps4/ps5 games which intrigued to see what they will be
@UltimateOtaku91 Some people don't necessarily play games to finish them, or ever worry about having a backlog. I always have a largish rotation of my favorite style of games and just uninstall when I grow tired of them. Subscription services are perfect for this kind of approach.
@LiamCroft Might like to add for non-PS Now regions, they're offering a "Deluxe" tier.....essentially minus the cloud streaming/PS3 content,but ps1/ps2/psp downloads still available...albeit much like the games available being unknown, regional pricing of Deluxe TBA,& expansion of the cloud streaming into said regions TBD later,sometime?!😅
Okay,jokes aside,its an undertaking to expand the full service,though paywalling ps1/2/psp titles behind a Nintendo Online like subscription doesn't sit well with me when they're unlikely to be available to buy individually!😕
Rather lacking a few details on some basic questions so far,including what upgrade path is there for existing ps plus subscribers! More of us vs PS Now users,& no upgrade path? Curious way to upsell a higher tier subscription Mr Ryan!
Boy yall are bleeding this announcement dry for clicks, lol.
@Snake_V5 Theirs currently 375 PS3 games on Now. Which really makes me believe that Sony is going to take what few PS1/PS2/PSP games that are on PS4 currently and just bundle them with the PS3 catalog. I feel thats why they didnt dive into the titles that will be available. Because their would be a big negative backlash and they want to get through this announcement without it being a failure, and drip feed the rest of the info between now and June.
Wonder if the ps1 and ps2 games will have trophies I saw couple years ago they registered a patent for it
@LiamCroft How much will be to upgrade current active PS+ to premium? I have 3 years left...
When it's all laid out like this I really like the look of Premium.
Even if the initial library doesn't have all of the games I want, as long as they add to it over time I would stay subscribed through the inevitable yearly Christmas deals.
@LiamCroft Would it be possible for Canadian prices to be included when you list prices for things?
I’ve had the voice control randomly switch on. I guess if that happens in rest mode it might turn on the system(?)
What I’d like to know is will PlayStation Studios games like Spider-Man, Returnal, God of War etc, will they be staying on the service and never rotated out? First party games on Game Pass never leave the service so I’d like to see Sony do the same as I’d definitely get PS Plus Extra especially if some of it’s first party games are still expensive to buy.
Currently there is no news in this possibility. Only said that PS Now will be auto upgraded.
Are the downloadable games ours to keep "forever" or only as long as we pay the subscription price?
@UltimateOtaku91 Yeah but the 340 is spread across PS1, PS2 and PSP. PS3 right now has more than 200 I'd say, so that leaves about 100 games spread across PS1, PS2 and PSP. It only leave a few for those systems senpai
Pretty good deal imo, which is too say it's cheaper then PS Now and PS Plus would be before and this should also mean an expanded bigger selection
@Snake_V5 ah I see what you're saying now, unless they plan on taking some ps3 games away that doesn't leave much, I'd say a handful for psp (only playstation Studio games) and maybe 40 each for playstation 1 and 2 again being playstation Studio games only... Maybe
The sooner they give us the list of games the better
@UltimateOtaku91 I want to know if PS1, PS2 and PSP will have Trophies.
Ok so like this service will ultimately be judged by what Xbox game pass offers and when you’re coming to the party late shouldn’t you at least try to match or undercut the competition?? Sony is coming in with a more expensive tier and offering less in terms of value. The premium tier feels pretty expensive and lacking.
I am really curious as to what PS1, PS2 and PSP games will be added and if any of then will have any added trophy support like the small handful of PS2 games that were released on the PS4 before Sony just gave up on that. Also will be interesting to see if they add any more PS3 games to the existing ones on PS Now as they stopped doing that long ago too. I have a subscription already through until the end of November so will be nice to have the benefits of PS Plus thrown in on top as well as the new extras to try it all out. It really depends on how much they put into the older side of the games and if they don't give up after a year or two like they have with Now.
My backlog will increase by 400+ games now 😱
Basically if you were already a ps+ and ps now subscriber, you're getting even more bang for your buck for the same price. If you weren't then you probably still hate the service and won't ever be convinced until you can get free first party games on day 1...or PS3 games downloaded.
Interesting. They're trying to combine the Nintendo & Microsoft plans, except they don't include the best part of Xbox, which is all 1st party games available on day 1 & always available (for games released after game pass started, at least).
Will PS Now expand to new regions?
This is gonna sound like I’m being an jerk and just hating on Sony, but I'm genuinely curious because I don't see it, who exactly is this service supposed to be for?
PS+ is fine, but it’s only just fine. Cloud saves are great, and the free games are a nice touch, but the thing largely exists so Sony can justify continuing to ask people to pay to play the games they already paid for online.
People piled on them, somewhat rightfully so, a few years back when someone from the company (I forget who) said the whole “Old game is old, who wants it?” thing at some conference or release party...and while the statement was super tone deaf, I’m kind of inclined to agree.
Don't get me wrong, I still fire up Wipeout XL and 3 all the time and play through Crisis Core like once every couple of years but, outside of a relatively small handful of truly classic Playstation titles across the generations, the vast majority of the 700+ games that are going to be up on the Extra and Premium tiers are going to be 2nd/3rd party filler that are either available via other platforms (and likely better on those platforms) or stuff that very, very, very few people are ever going to care about or engage with. The folks who all those classic games are aimed at either still have their original hardware/software, or they've already got the games they care about on other hardware...so it kind of seems like too little/too late/too expensive. Sure, it's easier access, but I don't know who is going to pay $100 or $120 a year just to play stuff they already have on a single box (and if the UI/UX sucks, then it's a moot point altogether).
I’m primarily a PC guys these days, but I'm a through and through Playstation guy as far as consoles go, and I just don’t see the appeal of these new tiers.
@Flex_huusko it would make sense to, at most, charge the difference in subscription price ($40 & $60). I don't think that's too far fetched. Surely they wouldn't charge more. It's possible you couldn't upgrade at all, but that' would be dumb because it would cost them money, potentially. I don't think anyone, or many, would go spend $120 after they already have the base subscription, if there's no upgrade path.
@thebizniznizbiz Whats the use then you stop watching a movie halfway through to start a new one?
And thats my idea whats the use to play so much stuff if you never finish them?
@Burning_Spear With a little thinking you can think of the answer yourself. Otherwise people will wlstay subscribed for a month download tons of games stop the subscription.
To quote @16UltimateOtaku91 above:
"it's 340 games for psp, ps1, ps2 and ps3 and a seperate 400 games for ps4 and ps5 so over 740 games in total which is way better than the current ps now."
$120 a year?!?!? Go @$:!* yourselves, sony!
@twztid13 I'm aware, I'm not asking how many games, I'm asking who those games are for?
Like I said, the kinds of people that would be genuinely excited to check out all those older titles already have ways to play them, whether that's via original hardware or emulation, so what's the upside of paying $120 a year for marginally easier access to stuff you already own?
Not sure if it's been said anywhere else but I think here in Australia we'll be getting a fourth tier: PS Plus Deluxe. This is because we don't get or never had PS Now streaming here, so this will apparently be a tailor made tier for us down under. So no streaming for us again. Not sure of the price point..
@Flaming_Kaiser Playing games and watching films are two completely separate things. It also depends on what type of games you play, I play mainly sports games, or the odd FPS to mix it up. I'm not playing them for a cinematic experience or complicated narrative to follow through to the end, if I wanted that, I'd just watch a film. I play to enjoy.
"[Playstation essential...This tier gives you one PS5 game and two PS4 games each month as part of your membership, as well as access to online multiplayer, cloud storage, and exclusive discounts."
The PlayStation blog says 2 games.
I’m not going to get yet another service. I have Plus now and that is fine. I pay for Game Pass already and just added the more expensive Nintendo switch online service. So I’m good on games. I’ll play a few big games a year in PlayStation and I’ll pay for them outright and that will be fine.
@thebizniznizbiz Isnt Devil May Cry something to enjoy, Metal Gear Solid, Heavenly Sword, Silent Hill, Final Fantasy, Resident Evil, Demon Souls, Elden Ring, Skyrim and so on story with lots of gameplay.
Even the odd FPS is something where i would like to finish the storymode atleast. Also the cinematic Sony games have lots of gameplay and the narrative isnt that complicated.
But if your main thing is Shooters and sports i guess i can understand why you really dont see it like you need to finish a game. I guess its if the seasonal update van of sports and COD or BF then there isnt a lotto follow (i did really LIKE the COD 2019 reboot campaing though) but who am i to judge.
Thanks for the handy explanation!
il wait out my years ps plus then look again.
Sony just renewed my subscription for £50. Not sure when they enabled automatic renewal but I definitely had that turned off. I don't even buy PS+ from them directly.
I'm not sure of the value of the expensive option. Game streaming is utterly pointless. I don't want to stream games. I want to download them.
I also still have a PS3 in good working order (and a PS1 & PS2) and was playing through the Ratchet and Clank games last year. I get more pleasure in getting physical copies for the PS3.
Maybe if these games were run on a PS4 or PS5 with emulation and performance improvements, I'd be all over it.
What does the premium actually as over now? I already get those features with ps plus and psnow... Seems like they will instead be taking away some features and charging more for them? If that is the case, what's the refund policy on selling someone something and then changing what it is you sold them?
@Flaming_Kaiser Yes games like that are to enjoy too of course, I'm just referring to my own personal taste. I'd love to be able to say I'm going to dedicate 50 hours to that type of game in one sense, but because I have a short attention span these days and limited time to game, I know I'll probably never get anywhere near the end, so I play stuff that doesn't require that sort of investment.
Jim Ryan said he doesn't understand why people want to play older games. But now apparently older games get dropped into the ultra-high $120 tier? And we still can't play older games we already own just with the disc like Xbox. Sony and Nintendo charge too much for Retro. I'll stick with basic Plus.
The question of the day is....Will PS1/PSP games support trophies and what about their graphical enhancements (if any) ?
Have PS Plus now. Will upgrade to premium if library of ps1-ps3 and psp (where is the vita?!) games are reasonably extensive.
@thebizniznizbiz Like i said in the end who am i to judge.
I'll be going premium as I have ps plus and ps now at the moment and streaming appears fine for me so at least I can get to enjoy all the ps legacy games
I guess it goes like this:
PS+ Essential = PS+
PS+ Extra = PS+ for Now (YES, Pun totally intended)
PS+ Premium = Right on the nostalgia.
@Flex_huusko those with ps plus will automatically go onto ps plus essential, as it offers the same stuff for the same price as what you are currently paying. Those that are currently paying for PS plus and PS Now will go onto PS extra as that is also the two services combined for the price. Hope that clears that up.
@Ocelot yeah i know i will be upgraded to essential and those who have ps now will be upgraded to premium what i wanna know is if there will be an upgrade path from essential to extra or premium like pay $40 or $60 to upgrade or i will just have to pay $99 just to subscribe
@twztid13 yeah hopefully they do that and not lock us out and make us pay again like with upgrade ***** for games :/
I've still got 14 months left on my ps plus so how do I pay the additional £34 to upgrade to the next tier?
@Mongooose Same question. I have 2 years left on PS+. Are there 'upgrade' prices available?
I hate it.
All they did was remove the option of PS Now, rename the tiers, and add another tier.
They want me to spend an additional $60/year to have the games from PS Now I currently have and add a PS Live I’m never going to use.
If they wish to give the option of spending more for more features, go ahead. If they wish to change the features, sure. But why take away the one and only option I want?
That's the worst side of it for me. But TBH I already had a backlog from Steam, sales and impulse buys etc. long before PS+, Game Pass and others came into the world. It's no different to having a list of movies, music, books you will never get to watching, listening or reading despite the fact they are on Netflix, Spotify, Audible etc.
I'll be sticking with the basic PS Plus for the foreseeable future. I've no interest in the PS4/5 games as I already own all those that I want and the "Classics" that have been announced are pretty underwhelming so far
Considering I own a PS5 as well as a PS4 Pro, a PS3 and a PSVita, I’ll likely just stick with the Essential Tier. Besides that, I’ve played just about everything I want to and have a very small backlog compared to many others. If the Premium tier has trophy support for a few games that never had trophies on PS3 like RESISTANCE: Fall Of Man for example, I might try it out on a monthly basis, but otherwise I can get whatever odd PS3 game I didn’t play back when it was out on the cheap and just play it on it’s native system. As for the Extra tier, I’ll have to see what games it has that I haven’t played and make a determination then. In all likelihood though, it’s gonna be Essential tier for me, personally.
Looks like Extra will be my top tier then. Glad I didn’t get the chance to spend to stack premium now, without additional trophy challenges the old games just aren’t worth going back to for me. Not for the same old.
@AceFurry if you want to play ps3 or ps2 games please emulate them they will look 100x better than on streaming
@UltimateOtaku91 this is the reason i don't want to upgrade to ps plus extra, i just don't have the time, horizon forbidden west is already a time sink and i don't want to add to that
There are 3 tiers. Those that dont care about the extra games, Essential is your go to which is what we know now
For new PS users and people that want the additional games, Extra and Premium are your go to.
I see 11 games i am very interested in playing from this partial list and also want to stream PS3 games so Premium is a no brainer for me
@Netret0120 for someone new to Playstation or have a limited library the top tiers are an amazing deal with lots of amazing games instantly accessible. I'm in a fortunate position that I own 26 of those Playstation studios PS4/5 games and many of the third party and PS3 games across various platforms, so the basic subscription is enough for me.
Obviously the list is only going to grow so I may well be tempted further down the line, with the PS1 and PS2 lineup I'll be keeping a close eye on
I’m kinda underwhelmed. The new stuff is solid. Not spectacular but solid and similar to GPU. The classics announced are terrible. 8 ps1 and 1 psp?!? Why bother? The PS3 stuff is a backwards or at most sidewards step from what we have on now currently.
I thought they were going to blow me away but instead they’ve done a Nintendo and done the very very very bare minimum. I’m stacked on cheap codes for three years so it eases the pain much like I only pay £3 a month for GPU so the fact 22 will have no Xbox exclusives stings a little less. But no way is this service worth a tenner a month.
@AceFurry I don't think so. I see no point to upgrade, not interested in any game catalogue at all. I have my own backlog waiting to be played and in this catalogiue I see games I already played or I never wanted to play... It's okay move by Sony, but it really doesn't mean that everybody is going to be wild about it.
@UltimateOtaku91 @Rural-Bandit Just to add on what I said before. I think part of the problem is the gamers mentality to have to complete things and mentally add life baggage via a 'backlog'.
For comparison I don't think anyone expects to complete Spotify. It would take over 450+ sleepless years to listen to their current 82+ million song library, not to mention they add over 100 days of music every day. So good luck with that!
Is Spotify a worse service because it has so much music? Then why is it different for games? I do feel instinctively it is different, but can't put my finger on why.
I'm not sure if i'm the only one here, but due to my expendable income, any game that I tend to want to play I buy on launch, rendering the higher tiers for me pretty pointless, as it's mostly just releases of games that have already been out for a while, but just more exclusive access to them in a more timely manner.
I doubt I'd be willing to wait several months to see those games come out on the higher tier plus models. The only two things that are still a matter of contention and will be a time that tells situation is the game trials, and the classic lineups, and whether they actually get some classics in there. At the moment it's mostly just filler stuff from the ps1/ps2/ps3 era. There are a few there, but nothing that's blowing me away.
Time will tell....
Hi, Apologies if this has been covered elsewhere, but is there a time limit as to the availability of any particular game, before it is taken away from PS Plus Extra ....? - I already have a back-log but some of the PS5 / PS4 Games listed make it a No-Brainer, some of the top tier Games (even from Used / Exchange Stores) are more than the additional cost of upgrading from Essential to Extra
I have a question I've not seen asked or answered anywhere.
I know if you have, say, a year of Essential and want to upgrade to Extra, you can pay the different for the year. But what if I have a year of Extra and want to downgrade to Essential? Will they tack on a few months to the end? Or if I try Extra (or buy a year for the discount), am I locked into Extra until my expiration comes?
@themightyant Crazily enough, some part of me still thinks I can beat all of the games I'm interested in before I croak.
Same goes for anime, cartoons, movies, tv shows, comics, manga, and real books.
Will the free monthly games be the same as the new monthly additions that get added to the 400 ps4/ps5 games included in the Extra tier. Or will they be seperate, so we have the subscription games and then separate ps plus monthly games that wont be on the subscription?
Thanks for moving this back to the front page for no obvious reason I can see, think I finally got it figured out.
The 1 thing this article can't answer, b/c it isn't time yet, are what are the sale prices going to look like? I've had PS+ for 6 or 7 years, never once paid more than 75% of the retail MSRP price. Mostly I've only paid half price during Black Friday sales. So when this BF rolls around if I can find Extra for $50 I might give it a try for the year, but if Essentially is on sale for $30 but Extra on sale for $80 then I'll stick w/ it.
Never pay the retail price, it's basically only a suggestion. 🤑
@GeneJacket I'd guess the answer here is "people who didn't have a
PlayStation before", it's less about existing customers and more about tempting people who are currently playing on XBox or PC?
It's getting to where a person hardly even needs to buy a game anymore. A monthly fee that places 300+ games at your fingertips all at once.
PS Plus Extra - I'm really good with 3 free games a month and the 400 or so PS4 and PS5 games I will get access too. That will keep me busy.
2 days away from it launching in Asia & they've still not announced what's included 🙈
Does it really need to be this complicated?
@LiamCroft Can you stream from the cloud directly to your phone, or do you have to use remote play?
The games on their service we already own should be playable without having to subscribe to their service.
the basic will do me , i bought all the ps1 ,2 and 3 games disks i only ever want to play and have the consoles to play them on.
i maintain my old gear ive an old crt for all my light gun needs lol
@BleedingDreamer lol we wish id love to pop in die hard trilogy and play it with ps move on the 2nd game its a great shooter.
I think some of us players are getting screwed by this! Because for example my PlayStation plus membership expires in November and I paid to upgrade to the premium tier but players who recently for example renewed their PlayStation plus membership or opened a new PlayStation plus membership in May Gets an entire year of PlayStation plus premium without having to pay the $119 that’s not right and since some player’s memberships expire this soon should’ve got the premium upgrade free of charge on contacting PlayStation over this because I paid $29.21 to upgrade to premium and in November/5 months I have to pay $119 plus tax to read new to the premium membership where players who recently renewed/upgraded to premium gets an entire year before they have to pay the $119 plus tax!
When will this be available to order on the store? It's better there at the moment just the normal ps plus is in the uk I want the premium one
I just purchased ps plus for £6.99 in the uk will I have to to pay another £13 on top of that in a few days for ps plus premium? How does the upgrade work it's so confusing
I have ps plus and Now, until December, after that I was only interested in ps Now before all the changes as I don't game online and have no desire to, and the decent free monthly games are so few and far between so wasn't going to get PS plus, however to get what I had on PS now I have to pay another £100 instead of the £49.99, I can't afford £100 this time nor do I agree with being forced into a service I don't want just to get what I do want, plus I still have my PS3 which I have just re thermal pasted which is running great plus my PS3 games along with a load of PS4 games to play, plus my Xbox one. So sorry Sony but won't be subscribing to any of your services now.
I'm kinda confused maybe someone here could help.
When does the catalog refresh happen exactly? I managed to upgrade earlier to Extra on May 24th since I live in Asia, but haven't seen any catalog refresh/re-roll yet. So is it going to refresh in July instead since these tiers were only available worldwide in June 23rd?
@UltimateOtaku91 compulsion is actually a thing that happens to a lot of gamers. These companies KNOW this, it's an algorithm, and they have most of you guys hooked like a bloated carp on the end of a fishing line...
@Ryany won't even let you upgrade, its as if the service doesn't exist. I'm not paying £100 for premium when I've already got 'essential'..
@Flex_huusko for some reason it won't let you upgrade, yet you apparently are able to do so.
Well it's not working for me
Mine is staying at ps plus essential. Not paying any more. Just not worth it
Is there any guide on here that keeps track which classic/retro games have trophy support?
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