PlayStation Plus Price Rises in South Africa, Russia, & Other Regions

October 2, 2014 Written by Jason Dunning

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If you live in South Africa, Ukraine, Russia, Turkey, or India, the price of PlayStation Plus has risen “due to various market conditions.”

This news was confirmed in a statement to Joystiq by Sony, where they also revealed that the price of PS+ isn’t planned to go up in North America:

We slightly increased prices for PlayStation Plus in South Africa, Ukraine, Russia, Turkey, and India regions due to various market conditions. Currently, price adjustments are not being planned for PS Plus in the SCEA [North American] region.

As for Europe, a Sony rep told IGN, “Customers will be notified of any price adjustments for their subscription services but there is nothing to announce at this time.”

In an email sent to Game Informer from a reader, it reveals the price of a 3-month subscription in South Africa rose 51% from R145 ($12.86) to R219 ($19.43). A year subscription then went up 53% from R489 ($43.38) to R749 ($66.45).

For those of you who missed the news yesterday, the October 2014 PlayStation Plus free games in North America and Europe have been revealed.

[Source: Game Informer, Joystiq, IGN]