It is expected to be launched within this year
In order to attract more people to use PlayStation platform services, Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) announced the launch of a reward program called PlayStation Stars, which will allow players to register for free and is expected to go live within this year.
According to the instructions, the way the PlayStation Stars reward program works, players will register for free and complete specified tasks, such as logging in every month, and playing any game to get rewards, or winning in specified events and obtaining specified trophies etc., can get corresponding rewards, including prizes that can be redeemed for PlayStation Network e-wallet prepaid amounts, as well as PlayStation Store event bonus points, allowing players to redeem PlayStation Store game content.
In addition, Sony Interactive Entertainment also announced that it will launch a digital collectible reward program, which includes the digital representation of characters in classic games, game devices launched by Sony over the years, etc., so as to allow players to collect collections. As for the specific details, we will follow up. Announced to the public.
At present, the plan will be previewed through beta testing, and it is expected to be rolled out in selected regions in a phased manner.
Sony Interactive Entertainment launched this plan, obviously with reference to Microsoft Rewards provided by Microsoft in the Microsoft Store, Xbox Live, and Google’s Play Points in the Google Play Store and other services, all hoping to increase user stickiness and allow more Services can be widely used.