PlayStation Plus is going free for five days

Those thinking of finally stepping into the world of VR will be able to get PlayStation VR bundles for R1000.00 less than the recommended retail price.

Sony is offering a free five-day trial of PlayStation Plus starting Wednesday, which will give you a chance to give its online service a whirl, even if you've already used up the free 14-day trail Sony offers new PlayStation users. November's free games are balletic beauty Bound and Worms Battlegronds, for example, with VR game Until Dawn: Rush of Blood and PlayLink game That's You! thrown in. There's no need to sign up, just simply connect your PS4 to the internet and you're good to go. This includes the recently announced PlayStation VR Gran Turismo Sport Bundle at $299.99 USD (MSRP) and PlayStation VR Skyrim VR Bundle at $349.99 USD (MSRP).

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For PlayStation 4, the standard slim 1TB system in Jet Black will be available at $199.99 USD. It will remain available throughout the weekend, before it wraps up on Monday, November 20 at 10am UK, 11am CET.

Today, Sony teased the PS Plus-exclusive with some titles that would be featured in the sale.

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It's worth noting that it's only the online multiplayer features that will be free of charge - all other benefits such as free monthly games, cloud storage and PlayStation Store discounts will still be locked off.

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