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PS Plus subscription stacking is no longer available before the June renewal

PlayStation Plus prepaid code redemption and new purchases are disabled for existing subscribers, preventing users from “stacking” their subscriptions to a paid service for PlayStation owners. Sony is scheduled to renew its PS Plus service in June to prevent gamers with an active PS Plus subscription from being added for extra months. The Japanese company recently announced three subscription tires – PS Plus Essential, PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Deluxe – and revealed that gamers will be upgraded to a tire equivalent to their long active membership period.

Users are online Twitter And gaming forum Resetra First reported an inability to stock up on their PlayStation Plus subscriptions Dots appeared By PushSquare. Error code is shown to users trying to redeem prepaid promo codes: “Could not redeem prepaid card. Please try again later. “

According to the report, purchasing a PS Plus subscription in the PS Store, browser, and console will also send the following error message to users who are already active subscribers: “Cannot purchase. Unable to add to cart. You have already purchased this item. Previously, gamers were able to purchase an existing subscription even though it was effectively “named” over an existing subscription.

Gadgets360 independently verifies that PS Plus subscriptions cannot be stacked. We received the same error as mentioned above.

Shop to, temporarily owned retailer Stopped PS Plus responds to a customer who sells prepaid codes, stating that it is not possible to redeem the codes until mid-June when they are on an active subscription. According to PushSquare, Sony has stopped stacking subscriptions to stop players from carrying subscriptions. Sony has not yet officially accepted whether stacking of subscriptions will be blocked until the new subscription service is launched in June.

Announced in March, Sony’s renewed PS Plus subscription service will initially be available in Asian markets, followed by the US and Europe (including India). The PS Plus subscription is available in three ranges – PS Plus Essential, PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Deluxe. Provides cloud streaming access in the highest range selected markets, where it is called PS Plus Premium.

Earlier this week, Sony also revealed prices for the new PS Plus service in India. The lowest range, the PlayStation Plus Essential, is on par with today’s PS Plus priced at Rs. 449 per month. Middle tire, PlayStation Plus Extra priced at Rs. 749 per month. Finally, the highest range, the PlayStation Plus deluxe gamer is priced at Rs. 849 per month. Quarterly and annual plans are also available.

The new PlayStation Plus will be launched in India on June 22nd.


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