Playstation Plus Extra Free Trial, How To Try Play Station Plus For Extra Trial?

Playstation Plus

PlayStation Plus, a well-known monthly subscription service, allows PS4 and PS5 games to be played online in multiplayer mode. Online play is required for most games. However, there are a few free-toplay titles that can be played online. It all began many years ago with the PlayStation 3 being the first platform to offer the service. PS Plus was also available to PS Vita users. But both platforms have been retired. PS Plus is no more available on either.

The PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium subscriptions offer many classic and new generation games. PS Plus and PS Now had free trials prior to the tiered PS Plus service. This allowed users to try the services before they made an investment. PlayStation offers free trials for players in certain regions of the world.

If you are from an eligible country to try play  station plus for an extra trial, follow these steps

  • Login to the Playstation website in your country

  • If you don’t have an account, click on Join or Renew PS Plus on the top right corner of the screen

  • Choose a plan you like

  • A new page will be opened

  • Click on “Add to Basket”.

  • Sign in with an existing account or create a brand new account

  • If necessary, go through the security screening to verify that you are not an automated system.

  • Enter your PayPal or credit card payment details

  • Click on End to confirm the details and start the free trial

Can you play online with PS Plus?

Yes, you can play online with or without PS Plus. Here’s a list of some of the free-to-play games users can play online multiplayer without a PlayStation Plus subscription:

Alternativly, Final Fantasy XIV, a paid game, can be played online with a PS Plus membership

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