Are you currently a PS Plus and PS Now member? Have you stacked PS Plus for several years? Well, you’re about to receive the deal of a lifetime. As we know, subscribers to PS Now will automatically be upgraded to PS Plus Premium when it releases in the coming weeks. However, if you have multiple years of PS Plus paid up as well, you’ll be able to enjoy PS Plus Premium for the entire duration of your longest subscription.
Confused? Okay, let’s get the official language from Sony out of the way first: “If you are subscribed to both services when the new PS Plus launches, you will be migrated into the PS Plus Premium membership plan and you will have a new single payment date based on the longer of your two subscriptions. You will be notified via email of your new payment date and subscription fee.”
So, let’s do a quick example. Let’s say, you’ve got an active PS Now membership until 1st September, 2022 and an active PS Plus membership until 1st September, 2025. Well, you’re in luck, because that means you’ll automatically be upgraded to PS Plus Premium until 1st September, 2025, representing an absolute enormous increase in value.
Remember, a year of PS Plus Premium is worth £99.99/$119.99, so this is a potentially great deal. If you’re stacked up on PS Plus but don’t currently have PS Now, you can still try to find a subscription before PS Plus Premium launches in order to take advantage of this loophole, but they’ve mostly been removed from the market now.