> A few hours ago, some overseas users had reported that Sony – perhaps just to celebrate the 10 years since the launch of PlayStation Plus – started giving away credit for the PlayStation Store to some subscribers.
Many had reported the credit of 10 pounds / dollars , to be freely spent in the PS3, PS4 shop or PS Vita.
[Image] Sony is giving away PSN credit to celebrate 10 years of PS + from PS4
Apparently the initiative has also arrived in Italy (with the sum of 10 euros) , as reported by some players from our country.
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It seems that, in case you have been selected, a simple notification will arrive on your PlayStation 4 or on the official PlayStation app available for mobile systems, which will notify you of the inclusion of the credit in your personal wallet.
To subscribers to PlayStation Plus , our advice is therefore to take a look at the mailbox or your smartphone, hoping to have been selected for this surprise initiative by the giant Japanese.
We also remind you that a few days ago Sony kicked off the Summer Sales on the PlayStation Store: Let’s talk about an avalanche of titles discounted up to 60%, including Death Stranding, Resident Evil 3, Persona 5 Royal, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and Borderlands 3 . The offers, in any case, will be valid until August 20 next.
You have already read that hackers had fun finding a real native emulator for the original 32-bit PlayStation hidden inside PS4 (able to run nothing less than the original Silent Hill published by Konami)?
But not only: as far as backward compatibility is concerned, the future PS5 (coming out at the end of the year), the numerous corriodio voices suggesting that it will perhaps be possible to play also the titles of the past generations on the new Sony next-gen console.
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