Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft all offer players a premium subscription service on their console platforms. Each brings a few incentives to pay the annual fee as monthly. Players will not only have access to a selection of discounted video game titles, but will also have access to multiplayer gameplay and even free monthly video game titles. For example, Sony recently released the title of the PlayStation Plus video game which will be released in January.
However, monthly video game titles have never been better known before. Typically, the word we’ve released is available a week or so before the actual release of these video games. As a result, there will be video game titles that you may have already purchased. Normally, you can continue to enjoy the game and wait until next month for a new mix of titles that you may not have already purchased.
Monitor, a video game released in January for the PlayStation Plus subscription service, is a kind of RPG where players take on the role of sharks that attack other sea critics towards humans. This is a relatively new title and the games that Sony bought for the console will find a warning when they launch the console.
Again, according to the report, it looks like Sony is returning those who bought the monitor. The game will be available on player accounts and now they can enjoy the title just as they normally would, but it will at least buy the game and return them as a PlayStation Plus subscriber. We still don’t know much about these refunds as everyone will accept them and if it will be an ongoing arrangement for other new titles available through PlayStation Plus.