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PlayStation Plus will carry over to PS4, DriveClub free

9:58 PM on 06.10.2013 // Brett Zeidler
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After pleasing the citizens of this fine world by announcing Sony supports used games and no intrusive DRM, Jack Trenton stated that PlayStation Plus has already been a huge success on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, and that your subscription would completely carry over to PlayStation 4. Oh, and with no additional charges.

Jack then announced that DriveClub: PS Plus Edition would be available for PS+ members for free at launch, as well as Don't Starve, Outlast, and Secret Poncho. PlayStation Plus was already an incredible deal, but now that it gives you access to a free game for a system that hasn't even launched yet, no one could truly pass on such a great deal.

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