Get A Year Of PlayStation Plus For $34 With Exclusive Promo Code

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PlayStation Plus gives you access to online multiplayer and free games every month, and soon, PS5 owners will be able to access a library of backwards-compatible PS4 games as part of their PS Plus membership. If you’re looking to stock up on your subscription, Daily Steals has a great deal on 12-month PlayStation Plus subscriptions. You can snag a year-long subscription for only $33.49 with exclusive promo code GAMESPOTPSN.

This promotion is only available in North America, and Daily Steals delivers the 12-month PS Plus subscription via email. Once you place your order, you’ll receive a confirmation via email, after which your code should be sent to you within one business day–Daily Steals says it’ll appear as your tracking number. PlayStation Plus’s regular yearly cost is $60, so this grants you a savings of nearly $27. This deal can apply to multiple 12-month codes, so you can stock up on multiple years.

This month’s PlayStation Plus offerings include the action-RPG Vampyr as well as the racing game Need for Speed Payback. These titles are available to claim throughout October.

As for the PS5’s backwards-compatible library, Sony has announced a large number of the games that will be available to PlayStation Plus users at the PS5’s launch. The Plus Collection includes first-party games like Bloodborne, Days Gone, and The Last of Us Remastered as well as third-party titles like Monster Hunter: World, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, and Final Fantasy XV. If you’d like to see the full list, check out all of the PS5 Plus Collection games confirmed so far.

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