Following reports that Sony will stop selling PS Plus retail cards in shops, the firm has now launched PlayStation gift cards in various denominations for its redesigned subscription service.

Push Square discovered that you can now buy a gift card for £84 worth of PS Store credit from retailers such as Amazon UK. This is the yearly fee for joining PlayStation’s new PS Plus Extra tier.

Similarly, you may purchase a £100 voucher that would cover someone’s Premium subscription for a year.

The lucky person then simply needs to go to the PlayStation shop and redeem their voucher code.

Sony has published a new teaser named Mr. Malcom to complement the launching of its revamped subscription service last week. This commercial transitioned viewers from an apparently ordinary excursion for one man to a strange assortment of PlayStation-inspired Easter eggs spanning from Death Stranding to Subnautica.

Meanwhile, Sony has now surpassed the number of games promised as part of its PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium portfolios, after previously introducing the program in other areas with significantly fewer titles than projected.

Furthermore, the business has claimed that it would give “NTSC alternatives for the bulk” of its Classic Catalogue PlayStation 1 titles in the future, but it has not specified when or for which games at the time of writing.



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