PlayStation Plus players in the eurozone who do not opt for the annual or quarterly subscription to Sony’s online service will have to pay something more to continue enjoying the advantages of the program. It has been confirmed by the company in the Japanese and European territory, raising the price one euro more, which translates into a monthly payment of 8.99 euros.
The annual and quarterly subscription will continue at 59, 99 and 24.99 euros in Spain and the neighbors of the eurozone, so no changes are expected in the short-term price. Countries like Switzerland, Sweden or Japan have had the same luck: their quarterly and annual subscriptions have increased by up to 10%. It is likely that the decision has been made with the regularization of the different values of the currencies of each region, betting on an equitable payment in all of the PlayStation markets.
PS Plus offers the possibility of playing on-line to PlayStation 4 payment games. In addition, it grants access to discounts and the promotion of monthly free PlayStation Plus games, which after downloading adds new titles to the subscriber’s catalog on a monthly basis.