PlayStation Plus is PlayStation’s premium subscription service that gives you tons of perks and benefits when you subscribed to it. If you’re not sure whether you should subscribe to it, we’ve compiled a handy list of reason why you should get PS Plus on the PlayStation 4.
Right off the bat, subscribing to PS Plus lets you play online multiplayer games on the PlayStation Network. So, if you’re a Call of Duty multiplayer addict or a hardcore Destiny raider, then you’ll need the PS Plus subscription to be able to play online.
Special Discounts on PlayStation Network Store
The PSN Store often have surprise sales and huge discounts on big games from time-to-time. But if you’re subscribed to PS Plus, you’ll get an additional discount on top of whatever promotional price that the PSN Store is offering.
Automatic Cloud Backup
An overlooked perk of being a PS Plus subscriber is the automatic cloud backup service that it provides. Often time we’ve faced with files being corrupted on the PlayStation 4 hard disk, but with PS Plus, you’ll have a backup save on the PSN’s cloud storage (which stores up to 1GB).
Early Access, Betas, And Demos
If you’re the type of person that likes to have that early access to games or be part of early betas, then the litany of exclusive titles that PS Plus provides (such as the upcoming Destiny 2 early beta) will definitely keep you busy.
Free Games Every Month
Of course, the biggest reason why you should subscribe to PS Plus is the FREE Games that they give you every month! From big triple-A titles such as Mass Effect 2 and Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes to indie favorites like Gone Home and Rocket League, you can be sure to have something to play every month with PS Plus.
Where to buy PlayStation Plus
There are a number of ways to get yourself a PS Plus subscription. You can head to the PSN Store to purchase in 1-month, 3-month, or 1-year subscription at $9.99, $24.99, or $59.99.
If you’re looking to buy PS Plus in a different region, then you can head over to digital stores such as OffGamers that sells PS Plus subscription for a number of regions (such as US, UK, and even Japan).
Once you’ve got your PlayStation Plus set up, then it’s time to enjoy all the awesome benefits of being a PS Plus members, starting from the free games of the month! What do you think about the PS Plus membership? Let us know in the comments!