Sony wants to bring you closer to the new PS Plus subscription. If you haven’t got a taste for it, you can now get an impression of what’s on offer for seven days free of charge. At least if you are a new customer. Then there is the possibility to test the two higher, more expensive subscription levels PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium for a whole week free of charge. It’s worth it in any case, because you really get a lot on offer.
Try one week for free! There’s little better than getting things for free. Especially when they usually cost a lot of money. In this case, you really get a whole lot on offer and don’t have to spend a single dime for it. If you haven’t had a PS Plus subscription yet, you can get PS Plus Extra or PS Plus Premium free for seven days to try.
Take PS Plus Premium: If you’re thinking about this test week, go straight for PS Plus Premium. It simply makes little sense to choose the cheaper option with less content if you don’t have to pay anything anyway. PS Plus Extra is sort of included in PS Plus Premium, so grab it now.
Important: Keep in mind that after the 7 days are up, you’ll have to pay the subscription price, so renewal will turn off after the trial period ends.
PS Plus is Sony’s paid subscription, which you absolutely need to be able to play most multiplayer games online. But there are also a few bonus games every month that you don’t have to pay extra for. Recently, PS Plus has also added the two more expensive variants PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium.
This is in it: With PS Plus Extra you also get access to over 400 PS4 and PS5 games, so a really extensive game library. PS Plus Premium also offers over 350 classic games in the form of PS1, PS2, PSP, and PS3 games, as well as some PS4 remasters. However, PS3 titles can only be streamed and not downloaded.
All included games can be found here:
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PS Plus Premium games list: All games of the new subscription model
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In any case, a free trial week offers enough time to try out the service comprehensively. Ideally, you should take a whole week off and play through the library to your heart’s content. If you particularly like the PS1 games: We are currently running the big GamePro theme week for the PS1, during which we are reminiscing about the first PlayStation.
What do you think of PS Plus Premium and Extra? Or do you use the trial week to try out the service?