Gaming has gone from a solo hobby to one we can share, although, like any social group, we've had to pioneer the online timeout for the less well-behaved. Fortunately, it's never been easier to game with those closest to you. These stackable PlayStation Plus codes help you play the games you like with the people you love, and they're only $119.99 using code PLAYSTATION2021.
PlayStation Plus, for the PS4 and PS5, is probably best known as Sony's online multiplayer service; to fully use the multiplayer functions of your games, you'll need a subscription. That said, there's much more to it beyond the keys to the servers. First off, you get two free games every month, yours to keep for as long as you maintain a subscription. They range from big-budget titles like Battlefield V to hot indies like the survival game Stranded Deep. 100GB of cloud storage to save your games is included, so you'll never lose your place.
Share Play, another feature, lets you hand off the controller virtually. Even if your friend doesn't own the game, you can give them control, or tag them into a co-op mission, and they can try out the game or pitch in when you need it. In addition, subscribers get discounts in the PlayStation Store to get even more games, as well as access to closed betas of upcoming games, early access to demos, and other perks that get you playing first. You'll even get access to exclusive in-game gear and equipment.
These three codes, available for $119.99 when you use PLAYSTATION2021 at checkout, are stackable. You can either use all three yourself, guaranteeing three years of fun, or give your fellow gaming friends and family a way to stay in touch and keep playing. Considering PlayStation Plus can cost up to $10 a month, it's a great way to ensure there's always a friendly face in the lobby.
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