MADRID, 29 Apr. (Portaltic/EP) –
Sony has temporarily disabled the ability to extend the time of a currently valid subscription to PlayStation Plus, PlayStation Now or both, so that these do not accumulate once the new subscription service arrives.
The technology company expanded this week the information about the arrival of its renewed service PlayStation Plus and what would happen then with the current memberships to PS Plus and Now. And he explained that whoever had both would migrate to the premium version, with a new single payment date that will depend on the subscription that ends later.
This policy has encouraged some players to add additional time to their current subscriptions by stacking memberships, but they have come across a change introduced by Sony that prevents them from taking advantage of the more advantageous initial change.
Thus, the company has reported in the FAQ section that it has Temporarily disabled “membership stacking for existing customers“, a decision that will last until after the launch of the new service.
This change also affects coupon codes, which cannot be redeemed for users with active accounts. These will remain valid, and can be redeemed when the current subscription expires or is deactivated, or the renewed PlayStation Plus becomes available.
PlayStation Plus will be available in Spain from June 22 and will integrate three subscription levels: Essential, Extra and Premium, with different prices and advantages.