‘PlayStation’ Release Date News & Update: PS Plus to Announce its October Line-up; Price Increase Not Worldwide?
Currently, PlayStation will be implementing the retail price hike of a yearly PS Plus for all the subscribers. A consumer now has to pay $60 rather than $50. PlayStation released the PS Plus program last 2010 and tendered subscribers a yearly $50 payment. For the $10 increase of PS plus, PlayStation consumers are anticipating an inclusion of AAA games each month of the year.
According to Chatt Sports Net, Sony has officially said that the price increase will be implemented but not worldwide. Price increase of PlayStation will not include those subscribers who have just redone their subscription. Subscribers from United States and Canada have to budget excess payment.
On the other hand, according to Christian Daily, there are mere hearsays regarding the addition of AAA games on October. Below are games that could possibly be added in PS Plus October 2016 line-up.
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"Resident Evil 6" will be available on October 2, 2016 in PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows. Amazon is currently retailing "Resident Evil 6" with 25 percent and 37 percent discounts for PS4 and PS3 accordingly. Sony might add this game to PlayStation line-up in the PS Plus October 2016 with regards to the retail increase.
Various gaming point are speculating that Killzone: Shadow Fall might also be added in the upcoming line-up of PlayStation. Sony Interactive Entertainment exposed this game last November 15, 2013 only for PS4.
Ubisoft recently exposed Watch Dogs last May 27 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. Watch Dogs 2 is expected to come November of next year. The Sony could add this game on their October line-up as a compensation o their hike. But players would not be shocked if Sony adds this action-adventure shooter video game in the upcoming line-up of Playstation.
However, Sony is but to expose the October 2016 PlayStation line-up sooner. Stay tuned for more updates!