On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of PS Plus, Sony gave away three PS4 games "free" in July 2020. Now the publisher seems to be giving out another reward. As can be seen from Reddit reports, selected PSN users have received a credit of the equivalent of around 10 euros for the PlayStation Store in the past few days. However, there is no pattern of which players Sony specifically distributes the credit to. Members are currently waiting for the announcement of the "free" PS Plus games for August 2020.
For the tenth anniversary of PS Plus, Sony distributed three "free" games for PS4 to all members. In July, subscribers were given access to NBA 2K20, Erica and Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration. The "free" PS4 games will be available through PSN until August 4th. Since the weekend, Sony seems to be giving another bonus to PlayStation Plus members. Again User "Cronnie" on Reddit he has received a £ 10 voucher for the PlayStation Store.
"To celebrate 10 years of PlayStation Plus, we added £ 10 to your account for the PlayStation Store. Thank you for choosing PlayStation Plus," the PSN message sent to the user. However, there is no pattern of which users actually receive such a voucher. In the Reddit article mentioned, players from the USA and Australia also reported having received a credit of the equivalent of around 10 euros for the PS4 shop. On the other hand, many users write that they went away empty-handed.
You can check whether you are one of the selected PSN users who will receive a credit of 10 euros for the PlayStation Store in the message menu on your PlayStation 4. There you should find a notification, as long as Sony has sent you a credit. Alternatively you can call him PlayStation Store in your browser and log in with your profile data. Sony has not yet commented on the action. Members of PS Plus are currently waiting for the announcement of the "free" PS4 games for August 2020. The details of the next inclusive games are expected to follow on July 29. The annual subscription for PlayStation Plus costs around 60 euros.
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