If you don't have a PlayStation Plus subscription then you can avail of free multiplayer for the PlayStation 4 from September 26th to the 28th.
this has been posted before. slow news day ?
Think it was posted earlier but was removed by the user, pressed the duplicate story link in the report and it only brought me back to the pending page!
So I buyed like 4 PlayStation plus for nothing? Good thing I haven't installed them.. I may skip a year or something like that and wait for plus on the ps4 to start getting better games and be more relative.. maybe not I may just install them all and not worry or keep tracking time .. Glad to hear that online will be free one more time. I hope we don't start getting inline passes one more time.. and if we do at least let the psplus member to not be affected by it.
You should use them right now if you have a PS3 and Vita or if you want to play COD/BF4 online. If none of those apply then yeah you should hold off until you see a game you want for free. Doubt that will take a year...
it says the free weekend is just that, a weekend. so that means for 2 days you can enjoy online play free of charge. but i dont understand why having 2 days of online play for free makes you think ps+ would be obsolete considering you get months of online play and plenty of free games and software features throughout the subscription that cant be accessed on the free weekend. keep in mind its a free online weekend, not a free ps+ weekend. regardless that the weekend has free online play you would still be missing out on ps+ in general.
Who cares... just buy plus.
Why these dates? Any specific reason? If you have the financial means the subscription pays for itself in the long run. It's almost a neccesity this gen with the implementation of multiplayer in the majority of games.
Because it's weekend
Oh, okay. It just seemed kind of random. I figured there had to be some kind of reasoning behind it. I'm surprised they didn't do this the weekend after Destiny launched.
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