The PlayStation Plus was recently announced by Sony during their E3 press conference. The service is an extension to the PlayStation Network which brings in a plethora of intriguing changes. In addition to the unveiling of the service, Sony has announced that those who opt to purchase 1 year or 90-day membership for PlayStation Plus then they’ll receive a free PlayStation 3 copy of LittleBigPlanet.
Confirmed via the announcement of PlayStation Plus on the European PlayStation Blog:
From 29th June you’ll be able to purchase a 1 year or 90-day membership from PlayStation Store and instantly get your hands on the following premium features. Plus, if you sign up for a 1 year membership between 29th June and 3rd August, we’ll also throw in a free downloadable copy of the award winning LittleBigPlanet.
So, this, of course, applies to European PlayStation users for the time being it seems, but we’ll update you if SCEA mention anything about this.
PlayStation Plus will be released on June 29th, 2010. For more information on Sony’s PlayStation Network premium offerings, head on over to the announcement of the anticipated service.