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Sony is making it easy to upgrade PlayStation Plus tiers — here’s how

Gamers looking to upgrade to the improved PlayStation Plus service when it launched this summer will be pleased to know that Sony says it’s “easy” to do.

As VGC quoted, ResetEra users shared the email they received from Sony. To do this, you need to pay the difference between the current plan and the new plan. It depends on the remaining subscriptions. “

Details such as how upgrade fees are adjusted based on the user’s remaining subscription time are still hidden. However, making sure you have some upgrade plan is very good news for users who have been accumulating current services for several years. It also suggests that if a new subscriber first selects the lower tier, they can upgrade to the higher tier during the subscription.

Designed to rival Microsoft’s popular Xbox Game Pass, the new PlayStation Plus, announced earlier this year, combines the existing PlayStation Plus service with PlayStation Now and will be released in three different tiers.

The current PS Plus offers (several free games per month, discounts, online play) are the entry-level base tier of the new system and cost $ 9.99 per month. The next step, PS Plus Extra, costs $ 14.99 per month and includes all of Essential plus access to a constantly spinning library of 400 PS4 and PS5 games.

Finally, PS Plus Premium adds an additional 340 PS3, PS2, PS1 and PSP games for $ 17.99 per month. Unfortunately, PS3 games can only be played via cloud streaming and cannot be downloaded and played offline. PlayStation Plus Essential vs. Additional Disadvantages There is a complete breakdown of the three tiers, as well as those offered in the Premium Guide.

The complete list of games included in PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium has not yet been confirmed, but some games have already been announced. Sony has announced that heavy hitters such as Death Stranding, God of War, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Mortal Kombat 11, and Returnal will be part of the roster at launch.

Regarding the start date of the improved PlayStation Plus service, Sony recently confirmed that it will be available for the first time in the Asian market with a start date of May 23. Sony’s local release in Japan is a little late and will be released on June 1st. Then, about two weeks later, the Americas will continue on June 13th, and finally arrive in Europe on June 22nd.

This service looks like a great way to access more games than you have time to play, but the new PlayStation Plus doesn’t have the huge Xbox Game Pass feature. Microsoft has generously incorporated first-party games from day one, but Sony does not allow PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers access to games like God of War Ragnarok at the start. This distinction makes the latter less attractive service.


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Sony is making it easy to upgrade PlayStation Plus tiers — here’s how

Gamers looking to upgrade to a higher tier of the overhauled PlayStation Plus service, when it launches this summer, will be pleased to know that Sony has indicated this can be “easily” done.
As relayed by VGC, a ResetEra user has shared an email they received from Sony which reads: “You can easily upgrade to a higher benefit plan at any time. To do so, you’ll need to pay the difference between the current plan and your new plan, adjusted for the remaining time of your subscription.”
Further details, such as how the upgrade fee will be adjusted based on a user’s remaining subscription time, are still under wraps. However, confirmation that there will be some form of upgrade scheme will come as very welcome news for users who have multiple years of the current service stacked. It would also suggest that if a new subscriber initially opts for a lower tier, it will be possible to switch to a higher one during their subscription. 
Designed as a service to rival Microsoft’s popular Xbox Game Pass, and revealed earlier this year, the new PlayStation Plus is merging together the pre-existing PlayStation Plus service with PlayStation Now, and will launch in three distinct tiers. 
The current PS Plus offering (a couple of free games per month, discounts and online play) will become the entry-level Essential tier in the new system, and will cost $9.99 per month. The next step up, PS Plus Extra, will cost $14.99/month and will include everything in Essential plus access to an ever-rotating library of 400 PS4 and PS5 games. 
Finally, PS Plus Premium will add a further 340 PS3, PS2, PS1 and PSP titles, for $17.99/month. Unfortunately, the PS3 games will only be playable via cloud streaming and will not be available for download and offline play. We’ve got a full breakdown of all three tiers and what they offer in our PlayStation Plus Essential vs. Extra vs. Premium guide.
The full list of which games which be included in PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium hasn’t been confirmed, but there have been a few titles already revealed. Sony has announced that heavy-hitters including Death Stranding, God of War, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Mortal Kombat 11 and Returnal will be part of the lineup at launch. 
As for when the refreshed PlayStation Plus service will launch, Sony recently confirmed that it will be rolled out in Asian markets first with May 23 being targeted for its launch date. Sony’s native Japan launch comes slightly later, with a rollout planned for June 1. The Americas will follow nearly two weeks later on June 13, and the service finally hits Europe on June 22. 
While the service seems like an excellent way to get access to more games than you’ll ever have the time to play, the new PlayStation Plus is lacking a huge Xbox Game Pass feature. While Microsoft generously includes first-party games on its service from day one, Sony won’t be giving subscribers to even PlayStation Plus Premium access to games like God of War Ragnarok at launch. This distinction makes the latter a significantly less attractive service. 

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