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    PS+ Question!!

    I'm going to buy a 1 years of PS+ Europe soon, So I wanna know two things if that possible.

    1- i just read in the main PSU page, that 5 new games are coming to Europe PS+ next months and 5 current games will be leaving. So i wanna know if i downloaded BattleField 3 and the other games that leaving in the end of this month. Will i be able to play them as long as i have a PS+, or after they are removed from the PS+ instante collection ... I won't be able to play them anymore.

    2- Can i download and play PS+ games that are saved in my Download history, knowing that most of them got removed and replaced by new games.

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    1. Yes, even after the free games are took down, you'll still be able to play them on your PS3 or Vita.

    2. Yes, I believe that even if you delete a game, you can go back and download it again from your download history.

    I'm not entirely sure about number 2, so maybe someone can correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Black Wolf View Post
    1. Yes, even after the free games are took down, you'll still be able to play them on your PS3 or Vita.

    2. Yes, I believe that even if you delete a game, you can go back and download it again from your download history.

    Yes ur right i got the same answer from the offcial Playstation Europe Froum.

    Thank u for ur help, and hope ur having a great week so far
    Last edited by dragon1989; 07-18-2013 at 01:39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon1989 View Post
    2- Can i download and play PS+ games that are saved in my Download history, knowing that most of them got removed and replaced by new games.
    As a caveat, you have to be a current PS+ member to download and play the games. It even says in the beginning of playing the game that you must be a current PS+ member.

    But yeah, what I do (especially on Vita games) is "purchase" and download the games. But I will cancel the downloads just to they are in my history for future playing.

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