New Deal: PUBG and 12 Months of PS Plus For Under £60

By Sam Quirke, 4 months ago
If you need to renew your PS Plus subscription and you're tempted to try out the recent port of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Trophies, Sony's latest offer might solve both of your problems.

PUBG + 12 month PlayStation®Plus membership
PUBG + 12 month PlayStation®Plus membership

Get PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds & a 12 month PlayStation®Plus membership for only £58.49. You will get access PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds online play immediately after purchase and download of this product, however your PlayStation Plus membership will activate up to 96 hours after purchase. You will be unable to access PlayStation Plus benefits such as online multiplayer on other titles during this time. This promotion opens from 3 January 2019 10:00 (GMT) to 13 January 2019 10:00 (GMT) Participants must be 16 years or older and users under 18 require parental consent, except that users in Germany must be 18 years or older. See full terms and conditions: Playstation.com/legal/pubgpsplus12 The full game requires PlayStation®Plus subscription. In-game purchases optional. For more information, please visit www.pubg.com. 1 Player, Network Features, 50GB Minimum Space Required, DUALSHOCK®4 Vibration Function, HD Video Output: 720p/1080p. Download of this product is subject to the PlayStation Network Terms of Service and our Software Usage Terms plus any specific additional conditions applying to this product. If you do not wish to accept these terms, do not download this product. See Terms of Service for more important information. One-time licence fee to download to multiple PS4 systems. Sign in to PlayStation Network is not required to use this on your primary PS4, but is required for use on other PS4 systems. See Health Warnings for important health information before using this product. Library programs ©Sony Interactive Entertainment Inc. exclusively licensed to Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe. Software Usage Terms apply, See eu.playstation.com/legal for full usage rights. '©2018 PUBG Corporation. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS is a registered trademark, trademark or service mark of PUBG Corporation and its affiliates.' This subscription is a paid-for ongoing subscription and a recurring subscription fee of £49.99 will be deducted from your wallet every year. • Recurring subscription fee: £49.99 until otherwise notified by email to the email address registered to your account. • Billing frequency: every year. • Subscription duration: ongoing until cancellation. You can cancel your subscription at any time so that your subscription will expire at the end of the then current quarter. This will stop future payments of the subscription fees but you will not receive a refund for payments already made. Instructions on cancelling your subscription are at https://www.playstation.com/get-help/help-library/store---transactions/payments---refunds/how-to-cancel-a-service-subscription/. When you click [Order & Pay], we will turn ON automatic funding in your account settings. This means that if you do not have enough funds in your wallet to pay the subscription fees, the required balance will be charged to the payment method registered to your account (if any) unless you turn off automatic funding. To turn off automatic funding, go to [Account Settings] > [Wallet] > [Wallet Settings]. Users must be aged 7+ and require parental consent if under 18. Access to PlayStation®Plus content/services will vary according to age of user and account type held. The games included in the subscription at any time (and online features of each game) are subject to change. Service availability not guaranteed.


This limited-time deal offers PUBG and 12 months of PS Plus for £58.49 or your local European equivalent (the deal applies in the North American Store too).

You'll be saving yourself a little over £15 in the UK or a $19.99 saving in the US.

The deal is available now but will disappear on January 13th. Act fast!
Sam Quirke
Written by Sam Quirke
Sam has been gaming long enough to know the pain of a failed DOS install on the fifth floppy disc. When not hopelessly lost in the latest open-world epic, Sam is busy devouring books of all genres or trading Pokémon with his wife.