Will PlayStation plus still be available for ps4 after the release of the ps5 in 2020?

Play station plus is a service for the ps4 where you can play multiplayer and get two free games every month so with that being said will the service still be available for the ps4 after the release of the ps5

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  • 8 months ago
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    If not, it kind of defeats the purpose of making the ps5 backward compatible with ps4 games.

    Doesn’t Sony still support the ps3’s online gaming and the ps4 has been out for 5 or 6 years.

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  • 7 months ago

    Nope. They canceled ps2 support a while back. Same will happen to the ps3 and then the ps4

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  • I wont buy the schitt any more.

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  • 8 months ago

    Yes, it will. THere is absoluely no reason for them to stop it.

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  • Pearl
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    8 months ago

    only time will tell, you'll just have to wait and see

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  • 8 months ago

    ps3 is still around...or i guess you didnt look it up...i mean ps3 plus is still around

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  • 8 months ago

    Probably, but wouldn't surprise me if they jacked up the price for next gen consoles

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  • opurt
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    8 months ago

    If they stop PS+ on the PS4 then every multiplayer game would become instantly useless. There's no way they'll do that anytime soon.

    As for the free games, I'd be very surprised if they wouldn't be still available too. It stayed around on for the PS3 and Vita for around 5 years after the PS4 would come out, so I don't see them cutting off the PS4 right after the PS5 ships.

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