PlayStation Plus Carries Over to PlayStation 4

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This evening Sony announced that PlayStation Plus will be caring over to the PlayStation 4 at it’s E3 press conference. All the same feature you have grown to love with plus will remain the same. The only difference now is that you will need to be a PlayStation Plus member to access online play. Using Netflix and other media services along with single player games does not require you to be a PlayStation Plus Member.

Sony also announced that Drive Club PS Plus Edition, Don’t Starve, Outlast, and Secret Ponchos will be available to PlayStation Plus members on or shortly after ┬áthe release of the PlayStation 4 this holiday season.

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  • I found it kind of funny how they didn’t really mention that. It was just on the card and they never went into it. Being a big change you think they would. Thank you Microsoft for making us all pay (except PC of course) for P2P online play.

  • brianc6234

    It’s dumb to not have Plus if you get those games for free. Right away it pays for itself. I don’t think it’s a big deal if you have to pay to play online if you get the free games. The problem with Xbox Live was you pay for playing online and got nothing else. That’s a ripoff.

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