Tesco is offering a crazy discount on PS+ subscriptions in-store around the country.
Currently, you can pick up a PSN Plus 12 Months membership £20 in-store in select stores around Britain.
The deal was spotted by a number of HotUKDeals users, and seems to be pretty common in larger Teso stores (the Express and Metro versions of the store may not stock the discounted membership card, however).
Considering these subscriptions usually retail at around £38-45, this is an absolute steal and aside from anything else, it means you’ll get to access the free games from PS+ for 12 months – starting with February’s offering (which you can see and read more about below).
This deal comes in good timing, too: March’s PS+ games lineup is expected to be announced (or leaked, more likely) pretty soon – meaning you can nab this deal today and be ready when Sony releases the next set of free games.
This comes after the PlayStation Plus games for February 2018 leaked early.
Thanks to a ResetEra user known as bombshell, we saw what was coming in February earlier than expected.
An image taken via the PSN homepage on console shows that both RiME and Knack will be offered to PS4 players this month.
A formal announcement by Sony followed, announcing that Starblood Arena, Grand Kingdom and Mugen Souls 2 would be joining the February roster.
All of the above games are available to download right now.
For the sake of anyone who hasn’t opted into Sony’s incredible PlayStation Plus service at the dirt cheap price of £6.99 a month – Or £49.99 for the year / £19.99 for three months.
Here’s what you get:
• Access to online multiplayer on your PlayStation 4
• Exclusive discounts at PlayStation Store
• Share Play – so your friends can play your games even if they don’t own a copy themselves
• 10GB of cloud storage for your PS4 game saves
More important than any of that is the fact Sony give away 24 PS4 games a year, completely free. And on top of that, a whole host of PS3 and PS Vita games as well, just to sweeten the deal.
So, when you think about it, signing up to PlayStation Plus is a bit of a no-brainer, really.