PS Plus cards As you may be aware, Sony will be overhauling PS Plus in the near future, with new Essential, Extra, and Deluxe options. Those attempting to redeem their PSN cards in order to prolong the service, on the other hand, have encountered difficulties: the firm has simply halted the transaction. It is expected that it will restart upon the release of the updated packages.
One of the justifications for the restriction makes sense for users in areas where PS Now is accessible but not in this one.
Those who subscribe to both programmes (PS Plus and PS Now) in other countries will have the longest remaining term converted into the new PS Plus Premium, which includes access to 400 PS4 and PS5 titles as well as hundreds of games from prior generations, in addition to cloud streaming.
As a result, customers may purchase existing PS Plus cards, renew their membership, and acquire PS Plus Premium for a much lower price. The yearly PS Plus plan in the United States, for example, costs $60, while the PS Plus Premium plan costs $120.
However, PS Now is not accessible, and Premium will not be provided; instead, PS Plus Deluxe will be available, which provides access to the same selection as Premium but without the ability to stream games.
As a result, there is no way to accumulate time from a less costly service and exchange it for a more expensive one, as there is in other countries.
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What about cards that have been purchased?
In the United States, each month of PS Plus redeemed after the transition provides around three weeks of Extra or two and a half weeks of Premium. More information about conversions may be found on Sony’s support website.
The service’s help website merely mentions that a prorated payment will be required to update the remaining duration of an ongoing membership. There is no word on what will happen to any unused cards.
Tecnoblog has contacted Sony and will update this content as soon as further information becomes available.