PlayStation Plus, also dubbed as PS Plus, is a service of Sony that facilitates for online multiplayer, access to games, and cloud saves each month for a charge. Since the launch of PlayStation Store back in 2010 in India, one of the major aching remarks has been that Sony has not completely backed every payment mode existing, to the degree where not all credit and debit cards function on the PS Store in the country. Thus, this meant that using the PS Plus in the country was painful for many. But not anymore.
Games The Shop, a specialist games store has recorded a membership card of 3 Months for the PS Plus priced at Rs 1,899. In comparison to purchasing it digitally, one will be shelling out additional Rs 30, which is not too much deeming you do not have to fear about your debit or credit card functioning or not on the PS Store. It is also accessible on Amazon India through the third-party sellers.
The previous year, Robert Fisser, the head of PlayStation India, had stated, “At present, we do not have a launch date for PSN or PS Plus top-up cards. Honestly talking, its still work, we are attempting to perform from a taxation problem. So once anything alters in that, where the delivery mode can alter, then buoyantly we can get that declaration in and we can implement that.”
This indicates Sony has surpassed its issues pertaining taxation and this makes the path for PSN prepaid cards in several rupee denominations. This alternative has been present in other nations since the international launch of PS Store around 10 Years ago. However, it is yet to know that would Sony India be bringing PSN prepaid cards to India and also the 1 Year and 1 Month PS Plus subscription cards.