PlayStation 3 and PS Vita PlayStation Plus Support Ending in 2019

Doris Richards
March 3, 2018

"Starting next year on March 8, 2019, the PS Plus monthly games lineup will focus on PS4 titles and no longer include PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita titles".

Fans of Dungeon Defenders II will also be able to receive some exclusive PlayStation Plus content. Starting March 13th to April 10th, members can download the Dungeon Defenders PS Plus Pack free which contains 4 Shadow Costumes, 1 Million in gold, 5 Campaign Shard Packs, 5 Defender packs, and a Ninja Gato Pet. This month has got arguably the biggest and best set of free games since the launch of the PlayStation 4, with Bloodborne and the Ratchet & Clank remake, and Sony want to make hay while it lasts.

All previously downloaded games can be redownloaded without issue though.

We also have an important service update.


At Amazon as well as GAME, you can save £12.50 when you pick up a 12-month subscription to PS Plus, where it will cost you £37.49 for a very limited time.

While Sony pulled a rabbit out of its hat with an fantastic duo of games set to be available for PlayStation Plus members this March, it seems there's a price to pay for all that awesomeness. However, it doesn't sound like Sony is planning on lowering the price of PlayStation Plus for those platforms.

As noted in the message above, this change will not prevent you from using PlayStation Plus to access the other benefits of PlayStation Plus.

It's worth noting that your membership will automatically renew after the year's up unless you turn off auto-renewal, so keep that in mind. Needless to say, that's a pretty strong lineup.

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