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You will not be able to re-download them, or play any games that you had previously downloaded & installed via Playstation Plus. If you try to download any of the games from your download history, it will not work. However, if you later decide to renew your subscription, these games will become available for use again. They are even re-downloadable, as ...


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Easiest way is to go to the Sony PSN website and look under Media (hopefully you've downloaded a few of the Instant Game Collection). You'll see the expiration date which correlates to your PS+ expiry date.


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If the main thing you're concerned about is online multiplayer, then yes, all accounts on a single PS4 can play online if at least one if them has an active PS Plus subscription, and that PS4 console is set as the PS Plus account's "Primary PS4." From Sony's FAQ: PlayStation®Plus benefits available to other non-subscribing users on your Primary PS4™: - ...


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You don't need to physically download the games to your device, but you do need to go into the storefront (either through an appropriate console or through the web interface) and "purchase" the items by adding them to your cart and going through the checkout process. Once you complete checkout, those items will be added to your Download List permanently and ...


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Sharing your digital games, apps, and other downloads with your family and friends is possible with the Primary and Non-Primary Account [...] In this example we are using Ethan and Katie who both have their own PSN account IDs. Ethan also has a bunch of digital games which he bought on the PSN Store using his PSN account. Objective: He wants to ...


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They changed the rules in November to restrict sharing from 5 devices down to 2. If you purchased content after November 18th, then these new rules are in effect. To deactivate a console, visit this page, which contains detailed instructions for both PS3 and PSP. If you've got the PS3 you wish to deactivate, the instructions are: From the XMB, choose ...


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According to this website: Step 1: Log on to PSN (ON YOUR COMPUTER) for the respective region you wish to find the SKU for(in the US, for example, it's us.playstation.com). Step 2: After that search for the game you want using the search bar on left side of the screen at the bottom of the buttons. After you have found the page of the game you are looking ...


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No sorry, but Sony have said they are aiming to make as many compatible as possible. Heres a list of all the initially compatible games. I found this FAQ which answers a few questions but I'm not sure if this is the definate answer you were looking for. It says (about half way down): Q: Is PS Vita compatible with other PlayStation platform games like PS3,...


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Earning trophies levels up your account, with each tier of trophy being worth much more than the last. All trophies of the same tier are equal in value. Bronze = 15 pts Silver = 30 pts Gold = 90 pts Platinum = 180 pts The total amount of experience for each trophy level is laid out in this thread. The numbers start low, with level 1 requiring 0, level 2 ...


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It is possible for PS3/4 games to be Cross-Play but it is not the default. You will have to check whether each specific game supports PS3/4 cross play as it's up to the developer to implement.


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There are several ways to do it based on what information you have access to. Depending on your region, it may vary, but the instructions for resetting your password for the U.S. can be found here. Change password via PlayStation 3 If you know your password and know the email address associated with your PSN account, click here If you don't know your ...


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Yes, since April 10, 2019, you can now change your PSN name. First, be aware that you can only do so once for free. After that, each change will cost you $5/£4 if you're a PS Plus subscriber or $10/£8 if you're not. You can also call support to change back to any of your previous names for free however. Changing your name is also only guaranteed to work ...


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You will get to keep your games. You'll notice that when you get the free PS+ titles, they're added to your account whether you download them or not. Uninstalling games will not remove them from your library, which can be viewed at the far right of the PS4 home screen. i.e. the library is tied to your PSN account, not the console's hard drive. Please ...


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Yes, as long as you have a Playstation Network account, you can purchase things online or through the Playstation mobile app. From the app: Once you get your PS4, just log into your account and go to your Purchased section of your Library (far right on the main menu) and Battlefield 1 should be there and available for download. Another useful thing is ...


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I've checked out a few sources, and it looks like it is possible to acquire PSN trophies while offline. They just don't sync up to your online profile until the next time you sign-on.


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Still can't add friends from the website, but you can use the official PlayStation iOS/Android app:


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No you don't. The games can be used at any time as long as you still are subscribed to Playstation+. (Though you might have to reconnect briefly if you renew so your Vita knows that you're still active.) Over the Thanksgiving break I played Gravity Rush, which I'd gotten free with Plus, over a period of five days, without any network connectivity Note ...


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It stands for PlayStation Network and it means that the game is specifically made for digital distribution and purchase only. So they're only available digitally. You initially won't find them in retail, unless it's some re-release or something like that. Like The Witness and Sportfriends, these are typically smaller games meant to be download-only. It -...


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When adding a gift card to PSN you simply input the 12 digit code and all of the funds are added to that account. There is no way to split up the value to multiple accounts. This is the same for adding months of Playstation Plus to an account.


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Yes, they do automatically update. This feature was introduced in firmware update 3.70 which is super cool :) Source and one or two more, just to make sure.


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EDIT: Eurogamer has just put up this article that quotes Sony as saying "Those who already own any of these titles for their PS3 systems will be able to download this same content to their PS Vita systems for free, and vice versa," Sony said. "There is no need to pay for the same content twice, highlighting the importance of the relationship between PS3 ...


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You can see it under : Account Management -> Transaction history -> List of services -> Playstation Plus


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Some of the benefits of PSN+, such as the free games and overnight updates, benefit the other accounts. However, PSN+ cloud access is only allowed by the master account of the console. (See here.)


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I had hoped to receive my $50 credit the day I registered for the card. After receiving the card in the mail a week after registration, and making a purchase with it, I searched online to find out where the $50 credit was. I ended up calling the number on the back of the card. I found out: During the registration process for the card, make sure you also ...


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Yes, there actually is a list with all contents you have ever "purchased" over PSN (for free content, "purchase" means the first time you downloaded it). That list includes content from the PS3 or PS Vita (possibly also PSP), regardless of which system you are currently using to view the list. Unfortunately, the list isn't very user-friendly; the more you ...


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It's in the settings menu, with your other Account information (I forget if this is it's own top level thing of if it's under Play Station Network) there's a "Services" section. Inside Services you'll see Playstation Plus and you can see the begining/end of your service date and your auto-renew setting.


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Yes, local accounts are those that exist - are/have logged in - on the same console, whether created there or elsewhere. The Playstation Plus subscription is tied to the SEN account, but that account can specify a single PS4 console as its primary PS4, which enables other (non-PS+) accounts to access everything on the console. So any account using that ...


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Yes, You will still be able to play games that you have purchased after your PS+ subscription has expired. Even if they are PS+ exclusives. Only games that you obtain for free from PS+ are no longer playable after your subscription expires.


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If the main thing you're concerned about is online multiplayer, then yes, all accounts on a single PS4 can play online if at least one if them has an active PS Plus subscription, and that PS4 console is set as the PS Plus account's "Primary PS4." From Sony's FAQ: PlayStation®Plus benefits available to other non-subscribing users on your Primary PS4™: - ...


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