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[Sponsored Video] Exploring everything PlayStation Plus has to offer

Submitted by on Thursday, 22 August 2013No Comment

PlayStation PlusPlayStation Plus is Sony’s unique membership service that offers its users access to full retail games through its Instant Game Collection, early invites to upcoming beta programs, discounts on newly released titles, and more for as little as £11.99 for three months and £39.99 for one year.

Current membership applies to the PS3 and PS Vita but Sony has announced that it will carry over to the PS4 when it is released this November. If that wasn’t enticing enough, those who purchase a PS4 will automatically be given a free 14-day trial of PlayStation Plus. This will give you access to the first two games of the PS4’s Instant Game Collection; Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition and Resogun as well as the Online Multiplayer feature across the system.

Don’t worry if you don’t plan on immediately upgrading to the PS4, though. Sony still plans on supporting the PS3 with continued monthly content. Announced at gamescom, Assassin’s Creed III will be added to the Instant Game Collection in September along with The Jack and Daxter TrilogyStealth Inc: A Clone In The DarkUrban Trial Freestyle, and New Little King’s Story over the course of the month. That’s a lot of content for one low price that more than pays for itself within the first few months.

Membership to PlayStation Plus can be purchased directly from the PlayStation Store, and if you act now Sony will throw in an extra 90 days for free with the purchase of a yearly membership. For more details regarding PlayStation Plus and to get the first scoop on when new content is added you can follow PlayStation on Facebook and Twitter.

This post has been sponsored by Sony, but all thoughts are our own.