The overnight update on monday by Sony India to the PlayStation Plus home page which offers game trials and a catalogue of games from the PS3, PS2, and PS1 era — will come in at Rs. 849 per month, Rs. 2,299 for three months, and Rs. 5,749 annually. The middle tier, PlayStation Plus Extra — that gives you access to hundreds of PS4 and PS5 games — will cost Rs. 749 per month, Rs. 1,999 for three months, and Rs. 4,999 for one year.
PS Plus Deluxe is also more affordable than PS Plus Premium, as Sony had promised. For instance, in the US, there’s a 20 percent difference in price between PS Plus Extra ($14.99 per month) and PS Plus Premium ($17.99 per month). Whereas in India, the difference between PS Plus Extra (Rs. 749 a month) and PS Plus Deluxe (Rs. 849 a month) is a little over 13 percent. It’s also worth noting that PS Plus is more affordable in regions like India, where purchasing power is lower, as opposed to those like the US. Three months of PS Plus Extra in India (Rs. 1,999) is roughly equal to three months of PS Plus Essential in the US ($24.99). Actually the Xbox game pass is cheaper than the PS Plus Deluxe.