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Customers of PlayStation 4 to receive a ‘threefold surprise’ from Sony


With just about a week for the much anticipated release of PlayStation 4, Sony has announced a package along with the console for customers who are keen on buying them just after its release.

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Sony move is aimed at attracting early customers by offering a “threefold surprise” which comprises of free access to PlayStation Plus, Music Unlimited and money for purchases on PlayStation Network.

Eric Lempel, VP of Sony Network Entertainment announced in the PlayStation Blog that the customers of US and Canada would enjoy additional perks for easing into the console’s ecosystem. A $10 credit is also included for spending in the PlayStation Store, A trail PlayStation membership for 30 days and a30-day trial of Music Unlimited, Sony’s music service.

“Out of the box, you can immediately experience everything PlayStation Plus for PS4 has to offer and have access to millions and millions of songs through Music Unlimited,” Lempel said. ” The $10 credit can be used towards anything in the store, including PS4 launch titles such as Assassins Creed IV: Black Flag, Battlefield  4, Call Of Duty Ghost and Killzone: Shadow Fall.”

On Nov. 15, PS4 will be joining the Plus Lineup after the console launch, thus offering users to play games like Resogun and Contrast even if the subscription is not upgraded to PlayStation Plus. Despite Microsoft’s attempts to lure in Xbox One customers by video demo, premium Xbox Live offers and Xbox Tours, Sony seems to be one step ahead in this space.

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