PlayStation Plus subscription is available to everyone in the United States and Canada, with a limited number of subscribers receiving a $99 upgrade offer to the PlayStation®4.
The upgrade is for existing subscribers only.
The offer comes on the heels of a PlayStation®Vita bundle that began shipping in the U.S. on Thursday.
The $99 bundle includes the PlayStation Vita, PlayStation 3 console, and two additional PS4 consoles.
Both bundles will be available through Amazon.com starting Friday.
PlayStation Plus members in the country that is not yet included in the bundle will get the PlayStation 4 for free with an upgrade.
The PlayStation Plus membership offer has a $29 per month monthly subscription fee that can be purchased in installments.
The first subscription will be for a two-year term and the remaining subscriptions will be renewed for a maximum of 12 months.
Sony has not said when the subscription renewal period will end.
The service is a bit different than a typical PlayStation subscription.
It’s an all-in-one subscription that includes games, entertainment, and other content, all for a price.
Sony announced the PlayStation Plus service back in October 2015, and the service has since become a major focus for the company.
Sony said the PlayStation+ service was developed for consumers who want the same flexibility as other PlayStation users, but with an easier-to-use interface.
The PS+ program allows users to create and manage their own subscriptions that can include movies, games, and more.
You can also subscribe to a large number of PlayStation apps for access to the best content from all your favorite titles.
You’ll have the option to download more content, which will then be delivered to you in an update when you want it.
Sony said the PS+ service will offer more content for users with PlayStation Plus.