When the new PlayStation Plus Premium tier releases later this year, those who have both a PS Now and a PS Plus membership will be upgraded. The upgrading time will be equal to the length of your most recent subscription.
This means that if you have both memberships and have accumulated your PS Plus for multiple years, you’ll end up with a decent price, as indicated by PushSquare.”If you have subscribed to both services [PS Now, PS Plus] When the new PlayStation Plus starts, you will be moved to the PlayStation Plus Premium membership plan and will have a new single payment date based on the duration of your two subscriptions,” according to a new PS Plus FAQ section.
If you subscribe to PS Now by August 2022 and hold an active PS Plus subscription by September 2025, you will be upgraded to PS Plus Premium by September 2025. (or vice versa).
It was also previously revealed that anyone with a PS Now membership will receive a free upgrade to PS Plus Premium at any time throughout their subscription, with a 1:1 conversion ratio.
It didn’t take long for PlayStation customers to take advantage of it, stacking PS Now memberships for years to get the most out of the transition. This loophole, however, was quickly closed.
PS Plus is the most advanced version of the premium PlayStation subscription service, with over 700 titles available to stream or download (including streaming on PC). It will be available in the United States and Europe in June, with the first launch in Asia (excluding Japan) taking place in May.
Developers are now apparently expected to generate timely game demos for PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers, which will be a key feature of PS Plus Premium.
Correction: Sony has temporarily restricted the ability to redeem PS Plus codes purchased through internet shops, according to World Nation News. We’ve deleted all affiliate links related to PS Plus until we investigate further. A representative from Sony has been contacted for comment.
When the new PlayStation Plus Premium Tier comes later this year, those who have both a PS Now and a PS Plus membership will be upgraded to the new PlayStation Plus Premium Tier. The upgrade will last for the same amount of time as the longest subscription you own.
This implies that if you have both subscriptions and have stacked your PS Plus for a number of years, you’ll end up with a seemingly excellent price, according to PushSquare.
This was confirmed in a new PS Plus FAQ section, which states: “If you are enrolled to both services [PS Now and PS Plus] when the new PlayStation Plus releases, you will automatically be upgraded to the new PlayStation Plus.”
“If you have both PS Now and PS Plus subscriptions when the new PlayStation Plus starts, you will be migrated to the PlayStation Plus Premium membership level and given a new single payment date based on the length of your two subscriptions.”
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