PS Plus price increase 2017 with angry gamers

By Alan Ng - Jul 28, 2017

Some breaking news has just come in from Sony and it is not good if you are living in Europe. We can confirm that as of August 2017, the PS Plus price is changing and it will mean an increase of 25% for those buying annual subscriptions.

To put it in simpler terms, PS Plus will now cost £49.99 instead of £39.99 as of August 31, 2017 for a 1 year subscription. For 4 months, the price will be £19.99 instead of £14.99 and one month will now cost £6.99 instead of £5.99.

You can see the official statement from Sony below which you may have already seen in your emails this morning.

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Remember that the PS Plus price increase deadline is August 31, 2017. That means you have until then to cancel your ongoing subscription if you want to. You can also renew your subscription for another year at the current price, if you want to stack up your subscription as long as you do it before August 31.

We can see that there are a lot of angry gamers in Europe. What is your instant reaction to this? Let us know below in the comments section.

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  • Just saying

    Huge hike. What’s their justification for such a rise? No wonder some people defect to Xbox or even PC. Terrible.

  • NgTurbo

    Who is going to cancel their subscription after this?