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PlayStation drops a new opportunity to grab free store credit

PlayStation drops a new opportunity to grab free store credit

Time to grab yourself a reward

PlayStation has a habit of offering sweet deals for its players - and through a variety of ways, you can enjoy everything from free games to free store credit.

At the moment, the console is offering some of that sweet store credit for a very simple action from you, the player.

The next instalment of the Monster Hunter series is almost upon us.

A new campaign has appeared for PlayStation users through the Stars program, a rewards service that has just come back online after an extended outage.

The latest opportunity asks players to load up and play a game out of a short list to receive 50 points towards your Stars total, which will give you a little store credit when you trade them in.

Simply play one of the following games to unlock your reward; Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - The Definitive Edition, Anno 1880 Console Edition, Cricket 24, Crusader Kings III, or Monster Hunter Rise.

The campaign is called “PS Plus Game Catalogue: a leader is born” and it encourages you to explore the offerings of free and playable games via PlayStation Plus.

You can play any of the games mentioned for the reward, so if you favour one over the others, get it downloaded and reap the benefits.

The campaign doesn’t mention how many hours you need to put in, but as each of these games is great in its own way, you may find a new favourite that you want to spend time with.

PlayStation Stars is back online after a few weeks of bizarre downtime where fans worried the service was being shuttered. However, now it’s back, it’s time to earn those points once again.

Points can be earned for simply playing games, or even buying titles through the PSN store and these are then traded for digital items or store credit to be used against future purchases.

Featured Image Credit: Kerde Severin via Unsplash, Sony

Topics: PlayStation, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Playstation Plus, Sony