If you have accumulated years of subscription to the PlayStation Plusperhaps buying it on offer, in view of an upgrade to the debut of the new version of the service, know that we have bad news for you.
The first subscribers to the service in Japan have begun to do some tests to better understand some dynamics related to all the news of the PS Plus. The first novelty concerns the possibility of upgrade for those who have already purchased a subscription to the PlayStation Plus in its basic version, the one called Essential. Indeed, it would seem that users intending to improve their already active subscription they cannot decide to do so for a limited period of time: in a nutshell, anyone who has an active subscription for the next three years and wants to upgrade to the more expensive tier will necessarily have to shell out 360 euros.
Another problem concerns the subscriptions purchased on offer. According to the testimonies of oriental gamers, those who have purchased a discount subscription and want to move to a higher tier, will have to pay both the difference and a extra cost to bridge the gap between the discounted cost of the subscription and the full price.
Did you know that the rumors about online multiplayer for the PS1 and PSP games included in the new PS Plus have been denied? It also appears that the DLCs are inaccessible to PS3 games in the new PlayStation Plus.