Players hurrying to redeem a PS Now or PS Plus code prior to the brand-new PlayStation Plus tiers start in May/June are discovering they’re unable to redeem them after Sony’s servers relatively ended up being overloaded and lots of deal with server issues. Some players can redeem their codes, others can not, and some can’t even get to the membership area of the Playstation Store site.
Why can’t I redeem my PS Plus code?
Those attempting to redeem pre-paid Playstation Plus codes are getting a mistake that states: “The prepaid card could not be redeemed. Please try again later.” This is more than likely due to a mistake with Sony’s PlayStation servers as individuals attempt to capitalize the PS Plus Premium upgrade they will get if they have both PS Plus and PS Now active at the time the brand-new PS Plus tiers are presented. It is not likely to be a deliberate relocation from Sony to obstruct their redemption, specifically as players can still buy 1 month, 3 month, and 12 month PS Plus memberships from thePlaystation Store Sony is yet to acknowledge any of the PS Plus code server issues however we’re anticipating the servers to be repaired quickly.
Players were at first having issues redeeming Playstation Now codes also, however lots of users on ResetEra are reporting that their codes have actually considering that been redeemed and the subscription contributed to their account as typical. Those wishing to trigger or extend a PS Now subscription in time to utilize the upgrade will require to source a code from a seller. Sony has actually now eliminated the alternative to buy all lengths of PS Now subscriptions from the Playstation Store.
In other news, Playstation Now is supposedly losing more than 50 video games throughout May in preparation for the switch to the brand-new PS Plus tiers. More video games are anticipated to be contributed to the list as the month advances. Elsewhere, the Japanese island of Tsushima is preparing to offer authorities Ghost of Tsushima product to visitors.