Hi. I think your definition of answered and mine are different overall. Guess I will just have to prod things along.... Ho hum and I even made a list. Btw Discount and 'free' sorta mean the same thing with this, or if I cannot keep the 'free' game, and it is also on sale to everyone at the same time, I would rather purchase the game at the sale price --I think I noticed this happen, hence that question...just wanted to clarify that --and I also don't like that I have to purchase DLC for games I don't and can't own via PSN Plus, I still have my other questions, and overall still feel like I am only renting things with Plus. PS I also hate sounding overall a bit negative but I am a bit jaded with a few things lol my intent is not confrontational :-) I just want the info I want).
Btw (and I will check the links he gave anyway, was just saying I have not looked yet because I don't get the response thus far. just saying is all. just trying to get accurate, reasonably timely answers to my questions).
Then why do so many of my Plus games give a 08/2013 expiration date? (which also corresponds with my PSN Plus expiration) Just seeing this sort of negates the information that you have provided to me thus far. Can you check again?
The games and any content that you spend any money on, even with a discount, are yours to keep forever. Subscribers will have access to their virtual library of free content as long as they keep their PlayStation®Plus subscription, with the exception of themes and avatars, which will be available forever. I invite you to take the time to view and read all the content in the links provided and view the information on our website here: http://us.playstation.com/psn/playstation-plus/
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Cool. That answers some (heh in a sense all of it). Gave your post a 'like' too :-). Thanks
Heh was thinking overall this whole thing (PSN Plus and digital copies to include non Plus) is a rental and one where we don't control when the rental ends either (--I wonder if this is part of Sony's attitude towards our hardware as well?? another topic I guess). Heh such is the current state of some things I guess. I am still curious about the sales stuff and licensing though, and am revising my list for support ;-).
I am still mostly happy with Plus as well, just thought I would add that. I really like a lot of the recent additions and changes.
I have a question for you:If you get playstation plus and you buy a couple of games then lets say you don't have enough money to keep on buying on playstation plus anymore,will you still have the games you bought or will they be deleted with playstation plus?
The free games will get locked, once you re-subscribe you will have access to them provided you haven't deleted them off your hard disk.
In addition to what ES stated, any games or DLC that you download for "free" or "purchase" for free as part of your PS+ subscription are yours for the life of the subscription. Any games or DLC that you purchase with real funds (i.e. more that $0.01 from your wallet) are yours to keep with or without a PS+ subscription. Hope that helps.
What is a man? (Just look above)... "The ultimate measures of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy".
I am considering getting plus after I upgrade my 160 slim(almost full w/ movies) to 320 slim. A few questions:
1."The free 3 month" added to a full year subscription($50) offer, is it still there or have it expired?
2. Any advantage to buying subscription online instead of at a Walmart?
3.If say Ghost Recon Advanced WarFighter 2 was released as a freebie this May, can I still get it now or have that giveaway expired?
p.s Is there a PS4 speculations thread on this forum? If so plz give me a link.