To improve PlayStation Plus subscriptions for early PS5 owners, Sony launched the PlayStation Plus Collection, a service within the service that allows you to download a selection of PS4 hits at no additional cost. Some PS5 users have found a way to upgrade this privilege to players who are still on PS4. Unsurprisingly, Sony doesn’t like the scheme.
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This offer quickly gave rise to ideas for intelligent PS5 players. The latter have actually started selling their PSN accounts to PS4 users so that they can download the games to their computers.
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Of course, Sony absolutely does not tolerate such practices (which, aside from the obvious commercial dimensions, are far from ideal in terms of data security). As stated above, the Japanese manufacturer distributed the bans. Those found guilty of selling access to their account have found it to be permanently banned. The “customers” who have used this system to restore the PS4 games to their console have a two-month ban on them.
What do you think of this situation? How do you rate the punishment Sony has imposed on those affected? PS5 player, have you ever shared your nearby PSN account on PS4 to enjoy games from the PlayStation Plus collection? Tell us everything in the comments below.