PS5 users may be banned by selling PS Plus collections to PS4 owners

The PlayStation Plus collection is a bonus for PS5 owners and gives you access to the 20 best PS4 games. However, some people are exploiting loopholes that allow them to sell and unlock these games for PS4 owners. VGC reports that auction sites like eBay have multiple lists of people who log on to the buyer’s PSN account, unlock PlayStation Plus collection games on the PS4, and then log out.

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Some users sell this service to more than 20 people, but Sony seems to have banned it. As VGC points out, it may be because Sony is known to ban people logging in to a large number of user accounts a day as a protection against fraud, but Sony did not intend to do this. It is no exaggeration to say. option. According to A9VG users, the ban for certain users is said to be for two months, and the associated PS5 console is permanently blocked from network services. The PlayStation Plus collection includes first-party games such as God of War, Bloodborne, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, as well as third-party partner games such as Monster Hunter: World, Final Fantasy XV Royal Edition, and Persona 5. ..

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