Tuesday, May 25, 2010

PSN+ To Charge $9.99 A Month Apparently, Revealed At E3

A gaming blog is claimed they have been informed that Sony will soon roll out a PS3 paid for service called PSN+ at a rate of $9.99 a month. Apparently those who sign up to this will receive the following - auto patching for PS3 titles, exclusive in-game DLC, discounts to the Playstation Store, and 'first hour' demo access to full retail titles.

Joystiq has been informed that PSN+ subscribers will also have the ability to enable an auto-patching feature, which will detect, download and install updates for recently played PS3 titles on the system.

Pricing and a release for the PSN+ service is unknown, though one source speculates PSN+ may cost $9.99 per month. When contacted, a Sony representative said the company does not "comment on rumors or speculation".


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