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Sony Including PSN Credit, PS Plus, And More In PS4 Box

Posted on Friday, November 8 @ 07:41:26 Eastern by


We're just one week away from the PlayStation 4 launch and the beginning of the next generation of gaming consoles. As we lead up to launch, Sony is revealing more and more about the PS4 and what new owners should expect day one.

Sony has announced today an unexpected treat in store for anyone picking up a PS4 at launch—$10 to spend on PSN, a 30-day trial of PlayStation Plus, and a 30-day trial of Sony's music streaming service, Music Unlimited.

Not bad.

PlayStation Plus access means gamers currently not subscribed to the service get access to online gaming on the PS4 for at least a month at launch, giving them ample time to test out the feature and renew. $10 in PSN credit means you can pick up an extra indie title at launch. Last and definitely least, the Music Unlimited trial will be good for those wanting to test it out (it's free, you might as well try it).

It's a nice gesture by Sony for the dedicated users throwing down $399 to own their next gen console. What do you think?


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