PlayStation Plus users have taken to social media in an outrage following the free game releases deemed as garbage by Sony
PlayStation Plus subscribers have threatened to cancel their subscription after yet another disappointing month of free games.
Due to Sony’s announcement of three free titles coming to PlayStation Plus subscription service, fans have finally had enough. Many believe staying subscribed is no longer worth their while until more attractive titles hit its shelves.
While Sony claims the number of PlayStation Plus subscribers continues to increase month over month, some fans remain disgruntled that they now pay more for what appears to be inferior content.
Recent additions of cloud streaming for PS Plus Premium subscribers has created more frustration among many that feel that PlayStation’ price hike justification fails. November’s Extra game catalogue once again failed to impress, leading many people to conclude they don’t see enough value from them to justify paying an increased subscription price.
Now seems to be the final straw; users gathered on Reddit to voice their displeasure over recent game offerings; many are warning this might be their last month subscribing.
One subscriber commented, stating “Cool. That settles it then. When there are good titles I will subscribe again. Incredible that prices increased as much and this offer remains.”
One PlayStation fan noted they will downgrade to Essential after this change and said this news provides additional motivation not to subscribe: “This is great; more encouragement for people not subscriber.
Numerous reviews compared PlayStation Plus’ offering to its competitor Xbox Game Pass’, who boast an array of popular titles like Like A Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name, Persona 5 Tactica and soulslike Lies Of P – to name but a few!
PS Plus subscriptions should be heavily discounted during Black Friday sales and there’s even an offer card hack you can take advantage of right now to secure one at an attractive discount price.
Uneven with discounts in place, Sony may still struggle to attract players; some even suggest Sony pay them so that they can access new titles added to its service.