The PlayStation Plus renewed subscription service is available in the Netherlands since Thursday. Sony’s service now offers multiple levels at varying prices. In this article we explain the differences.
PlayStation Plus is Sony’s service for its PlayStation consoles. There are now three levels: Basic, Extra and Premium.
PlayStation Plus Essential is the cheapest option at €8.99 per month or €59.99 per year. This variant contains the fewest number of additives. Essential gives you access to online multiplayer games (for non-free games, such as fortnite), discounts on PlayStation Store and access to two PS4 games and one PS5 game every month.
A little more expensive is PlayStation Plus Extra. You’ll pay €13.99 per month or €99.99 annually. You get everything included in the basic package and access to a catalog with hundreds of PS4 and PS5 games. It can be played on console after downloading.
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PlayStation Plus Premium costs €16.99 per month or €119.99 per year and offers most of the features. This bundle contains everything from Essential and Plus. This also gives subscribers access to game demos, so they can actually play around a bit before buying a new game. The progress in those demos carries over to the full versions of the games.
In addition, Premium members have access to many classic games, previously released for PS1, PS2, and PS3. They can also access some of the titles that appeared on the PSP mobile device. The PlayStation website lists it all Classic titles in a row. This includes monkey escape† siphon filter† Tekken 2† icon And the Disreputable†
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