PlayStation may discontinue PS Plus prepaid cards

According to a report by VGCPlayStation may discontinue selling PlayStation Plus prepaid cards around the world.

Different stores in North America and Europe will no longer sell them, something that coincided with the arrival of the new subscription, PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe.

Traditionally, these stores sold prepaid cards that offered plans for one, three, or twelve months, but it seems that from now on only credits for the PlayStation Store will remain on the market.

At this time, it is impossible to find PlayStation Plus cards on amazon and Walmart US, and the same thing happens on Amazon, game, Smyths, and Argos from the UK.

It is worth noting that, at least for the time being, there is no official statement from Sony Interactive Entertainment.

In Brazil, PlayStation Plus Deluxe is the main plan, which will take the place of the PlayStation Plus premium due to the absence of PS3 game streaming in the country.

‎According to the official description, “For markets without cloud streaming, PlayStation Plus Deluxe will be offered at a lower price than Premium and includes a catalog of beloved classic games from the original generations of PlayStation, PS2, and PSP to download and play, along with free trials. limited games.”

The official prices are: R$59.90 per month, R$159.90 per quarter and R$389.90 per year.