PlayStation Now gift cards are being pulled from retailers across the UK and will be unavailable by next week.
“Stores have until the close of day January 19 to remove all POS and ESD cards from all customer-facing areas and update their digital bays in line with this week’s upcoming commercial update,” reads a message from leadership at GAME.
According to GamesBeat, retailers in the US and Canada already began taking down PS Now gift cards from their shelves and online stores weeks ago, confirming that this is a global effort and not restricted to one region.
When approached for a comment, a PlayStation spokesperson only said, “Globally, we are moving from PlayStation Now gift cards to focus on our current cash denomination PlayStation gift cards, which can be redeemed for PlayStation Now.”
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PlayStation Now is Sony’s cloud streaming service, which provides access to a library of PS2, PS3, and PS4 games for you to play on your PS5, PS4, or PC.
However, PS Now is completely separate from PlayStation Plus, which offers free monthly games and online multiplayer, meaning anyone who wants access to both services needs to pay for two subscriptions.
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