Twitter FB
An error has occurred
warning

An error has occurred
error

An error has occurred
help

ZeroLives.com serves cookies to personalise content, show advertisements and to analyse our traffic. Information about your use of this website may be shared with third parties.
More information OK
Sony to raise PlayStation Plus subscription price by €10 in Europe
by
Friday July 28th 2017 - 20:37 BST
Sony to raise PlayStation Plus subscription price by €10 in Europe
by
Friday 28 July 2017 - 20:37 BST

Sony has annouced that it will increase the price of its PlayStation Plus subscription service by €10 in Europe. North American users were already affected last year.


With the increase in price gamers will now have to pay €59,99 a year instead of €49,99. The quarterly price will also change from €19.99 to €29.99.
According to the announcement, Sony will change the price on August 31st, 2017, and existing subscribers will have to cancel the service if they do not wish to pay the higher price automatically.

North American gamers were already affected by the price change last September when Sony changed the subscription price to $59.99 a year and $29.99 per quarter respectively.

A reason for the price increase was not given, however recent fiscal quarter reports suggest that the company wants to maximize its revenue from the service.
Read next:
New Sea of Thieves developer diary video features footage of prototype playtest
Read more about
PlayStation 4
About the author
Raymond Bakker
Journalist and Software Developer at Moonlight Multimedia. He covers the latest video games news from indie to virtual reality and has been actively involved in the video games industry since the early 2000s.

Comments
more_vert
Suicidal_banana
135 days ago
This comment has been removed. @: "recent fiscal quarter reports suggest that the company wants to maximize its revenue from the service"
One would assume they'd try do that by improving the service, not by increasing the cost with 0 reasoning behind it...
reply Reply
clear Cancel send Submit

Weekly newsletter
close
ZeroLives.com
Get the official mobile app