Subscribers who want to move to the higher bands of the new PlayStation Plus, starting with the base or second domain, will be able to do so easily by paying the price difference. The confirmation came from Sony itself in an email sent to Plus users informing them of the upcoming subscription change.
After confirming that old subscriptions will be automatically migrated to new subscriptions, the Japanese company clarified and that after the migration the new subscription will be available for the term already paid:At any time, you can easily upgrade to a higher plan, which offers more benefits. To do this, you will have to pay the price difference between your current plan and the new plan, adjusted for the remaining time of your subscription.“
Let’s see a different price attach And let’s do a quick calculation:
- PS Plus Essential: €8.99 per month / €24.99 for three months / €59.99 per year
- PS Plus Extra: €13.99 per month / €39.99 for three months / €99.99 annually
- PS Plus Premium: €16.99 per month / €49.99 for three months / €119.99 per year
Let’s say someone has subscribed for a year to PS Plus Essentials and after three months wants to upgrade to PS Plus Premium. Therefore, given the remaining nine months of subscription and the amount already paid, the difference should be about 45 euros. However, let’s imagine that the counting will be done automatically by the system and that you won’t need the counter every time you want to change the range.