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US PlayStation Plus 12-Month Membership Digital Code A$38.79, [PC] Cyberpunk 2077 $47.19 (GOG Platform) @ CD Keys

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Lowest price I've seen for US PS Plus for a while, just beats the $39.39 deal I posted back in September.

Instructions to make a US PSN account http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2018/12/guide_how_to_create_a...

Cyberpunk 2077

$15 cheaper than the deal from just over 2 weeks ago. Of course, still cheaper by going the VPN route.

Edit 10/1: Price dropped from $49.79 to $47.19.

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    what's the pros and cons of using this to get PS Plus?

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      well it used to be US prices were generally cheaper to buy and had better specials than AU store.. with US you can still play online.. no negatives that I encountered in 5 years of PS plus.. if you already have a large AU PSN plus 'rental' library you'll lose it all now though if you switch.

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      Pro: Cheapest way to get PS+ titles and discounts from US store.

      Con: AU purchased games may give you an issue buying or getting DLC with a US account. Some games may also have region issues.

      Note: You cannot change your PSN account region so will need new accounts made for AU/US etc.

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        re the pro, how much are we talking? if it's a few cents per game it's not worth it. if it's a lot more, maybe it is. depends on 'cheaper' .. the poster in the other reply said 'used to be cheaper'. so perhaps no longer the case?

        • +2 votes

          It varies. You win some, you lose some. If you have an AU account already with a library of games, it's probably not that worth it.

          If you don't and just got a PS5, then it's a cheaper way to get the PS5's PS+ Collection of free games than paying the $60-70 annual fee for AU account.

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          I haven't been following PS4 games much for the past year.. generally new releases about the same but when there are sales.. the US prices were usually a big enough difference for me to buy on the US store.

          That being said.. I have an AU account as mostly PSVR titles were cheaper on sale here in Oz, while general games on sale were cheaper in the USA especially for the sales which gave more discounts for PSN plus access. Also sometimes there were better monthly 'rental' games for the PS3, Vita and PS4 than what was on offer in Oz.

          With the PS5 back catalogue library happening and most PS4 titles being easily available digitally in the catalogue (or I already own all the ones I was interested in) PS plus access wasn't holding as much appeal to me going forward compared to PC Plus access from Microsoft on my PC. I was temped with the 2 years for $58 USD access I saw this morning, but 1 year for $38 AUD I figure is worth my gamble so I just bought another year's PS plus access for my US account.

          EDIT: yeah Hybroid got it in one.. if you're a long term PS3, PS4, Vita and now PS5 owner - stick with the region you have your account with otherwise you'll lose the back catalog of rental titles.. if you're a recent PS4 or PS5 owner and PLAN TO BUY A FAIR AMOUNT OF GAMES, then go US account as it'll save you money in the long run (ahh the heyday of when the AUD and USD had parity).

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          Significant enough for me to stack a lot of US wallet and buy almost exclusivity from my American account (few outliers here and there where the Aus store is actually better)

          Check out the 13 Sentinels deal posted earlier today for an example.

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      1) you need different psn account made for us region to claim the games.
      2) You can play them on your primary psn account in the same playstation.
      3) dlcs taken from us account may not be available on your playing account.
      4) you can’t change region of your account after creation.
      5) yes it’s not a hack and is perfectly allowed within those constraints

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      no cloud saves for your AU account

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    i still have until 8/19/2022 till it expires so can I stack one or two years?

    • +1 vote

      I've stacked 2 years in the past.. so yeah 2 years at least is fine. I don't know if there's a limit but on xbox there's a limit of 3 year pre-paid access.

    • +1 vote

      I just got another year in this deal and mine now expires in November 2025. So yeah definitely stackable.

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    I have a USA PSN already for some bargins in the past.
    Will the "play online" share across to my AUS PSN account if the US is already designated as primary on the console?

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      Eg, play Overwatch on my AUS PSN using the USA PS+

      • +1 vote

        absolutely.. I've never paid for AU PS+ access and have been able to play online with no issues.

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          I've been offline a week as they usually have a special/bargin for AU PSN at this time of year. No such luck this year

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    My code came with 12months + 3months!

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      Which code and where did you buy it from?

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        That's wierd, was I the only one? I just used the link above.

        I'm sure when I redeemed the code it said "this code contains items: 12months, 3months". I should of taken screenshots, and I don't have a before/after either. Looks like it was just a fluke.

        I checked the sony transaction history but it doesn't have any details and the CDkeys page just says "collection 1"

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      curious with this one as well.

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      Same thing happened with my codes, even makes it better value

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    Can I buy it now and "apply" it later?

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      yep, you can also stack.

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    I have a code bought few months ago and happy to sell for $30. Pm if interested.

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      sold!

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    Bought a playstation plus code, created a US playstation account, put the code in - get "This prepaid card has already been redeemed."
    what a f_cking joke.

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      All good - cdkeys.com support gave me a new code which did work.
      Only for 12 months though, not with the extra 3 months.

      • +1 vote

        I bought 2 codes from this deal. The first code showed both the 12m + 3m, but when I redeemed it, only 12m were added. The second code only showed 12m, and when redeemed 12m were added.

        If I paste the first code in again, it says already redeemed.

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    purchased one, but only got 12months. all good as it is still cheaper than regular price. =)

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      how many months were you expecting to get?

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    Merged from [PC] Cyberpunk 2077 $47.19 (Activates on GOG) @ CDKeys.com
    Go to Deal

    Daily Deal for another 6 hours.

    Decent deal if your computer can run it. Bugs aside. Redeem on GOG.com

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      I thought this was DRM free on PC?

      • +11 votes

        When you buy anything on gog, you can have the game there, with automatic updates, achievements and all the goods of the client (gog galaxy), or you can download DRM free installer and run the game without gog and its features.

      • +6 votes

        what does drm mean to you?

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          Isn't it digitally remastered?
          I.e. good old games that have higher res textures etc.

          • +2 votes

            @Exprise: DRM = Digital Rights Management
            Good example is how when you buy a game that activates with Steam. You cant share that game with other people or friends, its tied to your account.

            • -4 votes

              @Davo723: That's not a good example. Steam isn't forced DRM, it's optional by the developer, tons of indie games are drm free.

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            @Exprise: No, as the comment above mine says it's digital rights management free.On basic terms it's like you get a standalone installation that you can install and use without the help of a launcher. That also means you may not get updates for that installation and you will need to re-download the installation and install it when updates are available. Unless you want to install these games on a completely offline pc / multiple pcs you own for say a lan party or have installation saved somewhere and use it whenever you need than logging into a client it won't make much difference.

      • +4 votes

        The gog version is DRM free (which is why I love gog games). Doesn't mean it's free. The less people support single-purchase single player games, the more you get these online only micro transaction riddled money sinks or denovo "I bought it but can't play it!" disasters.

      • +23 votes

        Fair enough. So much controversy over this game its more entertaining following the news than actually playing it.

        • +2 votes

          Unfortunately true.

        • +9 votes

          What's wrong w/ the game… I've been playing it without issues the Jonny (Keanu) part is a bit meh, but otherwise it's pretty good.
          Maybe if you're expecting something revolutionary it might disappoint, but if you curb your expectations, it's 7/10 good.

          • +8 votes

            @raybies: I didn't come in as an unrealistic fan of CDPR, I only somewhat enjoyed TW3 tbh. I found this very average in every way, story, combat etc. I found the game very buggy, the AI pathetic, the world itself shallow and superficial.

            Anyway, the CDPR protection crew have arrived so here come the neg votes to every comment criticizing it. It might make them feel better but the truth is that this still sucks right now, it's an early beta release at best.

            • +6 votes

              @Where's_That_Cake: The neg votes will come because you're complaining about neg votes.

            • +1 vote

              @Where's_That_Cake: Its interesting because there actually is no ai in places youd expect it (like driving). Which led to some funny bugs like panam running over and killing me during riders on the storm.

            • +1 vote

              @Where's_That_Cake: Fair enough… but I also find it very visually appealing and the dialog is pretty good, what game would you recommend?

              Last game I played was Control, and I didn't finish it.
              I've got Doom Eternal, RDR 2, RE2 and HL Alyx (which I promise myself every day I'm going to play) in my backlog.

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                @raybies: RDR2 is among my favourite ever games, I've been playing Control and enjoy it somewhat. The last game I completed was Jedi Fallen Order, that was pretty good but I am a star wars fan so can't really tell if I'm blinkered or not.

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              @Where's_That_Cake: cyberpunk has been hyped up quite a bit, so the expectation is sky high. Hard to meet tbh.

              Also, having keanu in the game may have been a mistake - keanu is such a good actor and i'm sure the producers/designers of the game wanted to make the most of him. But this means the story has to have some pre-defined path and thus, removes a large element of "immersive sims" (which deus ex did really well, and cyberpunk has not been able to replicate).

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                @sangohan: My understanding was keanue was originally meant to be a minor character, but cdpr reworked the story to have him as a central element.

              • +1 vote

                @sangohan: I think Keanu is overrated as an actor. OK, he had some good roles in Matrix 1 and Devil's Advocate, but in the newest movies he plays like a piece of wood. John Wick movies are poor, apart from maybe 10 minutes of dialogues from the 1st part. Also that "good, normal guy" aura around Keanu, I don't buy it. People seems to worship him and he surely turns it into $$$. Didn't he promote his motorcycle company in the Cyberpunk? So, I think CDPR hired Keanu to create this ridiculous hype, brilliant marketing just to push some investors and CRPR founders to one of the richest people in Poland. CDPR is the Tesla of gaming, with more worshipers than actual happy players.

          • +16 votes

            @raybies:

            • Huge amount of bugs, even on 1.06 on a high-end gaming PC
            • The three life paths ultimately mean nothing
            • An incredibly shallow world with nothing to do and no-one to interact with
            • Very short main story
            • Bulk of the game is mostly boring, uninteresting side missions (Panam and Judy missions aside…)
            • Perk tree is 50% useless and feels disconnected from the actual game that shipped
            • AI is terrible, wanted system is worse
            • Johnny Silverhand isn't all that interesting

            Initially I was thinking 7/10 but having (begrudgingly) finished all missions it’s probably a 6/10 at best. I wasn't expecting "revolutionary" but the driving+customization mechanics are bested by 20 year old games, the shooting very lacklustre, and the story not nearly on par with TW2 and TW3 where most side missions were at least memorable if not important.

            • +2 votes

              @SteveBuscemi: "V, ive got another mission for you, kill/escort this dude."

            • +2 votes

              @SteveBuscemi: Ooph. I haven't played it yet, but was really looking forward to an immersive and dynamic world, which is what I thought they were trying to do. Bit of a concern you're saying the world is boring!!

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                @incipient: It's shallow, think of it more like an action game, maybe like a mature Jedi: Fallen Order w/ less polish. I'm not a fan of RPGs, I just don't have the time.

            • +3 votes

              @SteveBuscemi: Sounds like Deus Ex is still a better game.

            • +1 vote

              @SteveBuscemi: I also find the HUD painful to navigate. Particularly early on it was overwhelmingly hard.

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            @raybies: Other than the bugs and glitches.. It's quite enjoyable. I'm 65 hours in (yes, it's been my Christmas "Holiday") and finding it enjoyable and quite immersive. It could be better and more polished in coding / AI, but if you understand the complexity of the in-game world, then it's a fair effort.

            Running it with ray-tracing is another level of eye candy.

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              @bchliu: Is it really complex? It's no more complex than any other big rpg. TW3's world seems more alive by far. The zombie shuffling NPC's, cars that smash through anything in their way etc

              • -1 vote

                @Where's_That_Cake: I didn't play too deeply into TW3 (only about 25% in and didn't like it at all), but CP2077 has way more (on screen) NPCs, vehicles, weapons, interactions and the city itself is very complex with multiple layers and levels of buildings that can overlap. Not to mention much better graphics.

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                  @bchliu: The npcs in 2077 dont do anything, you talk to any of them and they usually tell you to go away, even the merchants, so im not sure what interactions youre talking about. Even the witcher 1 had better interactions since it was npcs giving out quests rather than someone calling your phone whenever youre at a quest location.

                  Why would the witcher have varied vehicles? Its not as if vehicles were an intergral part of the witcher story (as they are with the streetkid "path" in 2077 and a lot of the quests).
                  It kinda makes sense that games released 5.5 years apart wouldnt have graphics of the same standard, no?

        • +2 votes

          Cough Looking at you Start Citizen….just sayin, CyberPunk looking better than you Star Citizen cause they actually released something :P

          Star Citizen = Virtual Ship Trader

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            @Aarent:

            Star Citizen = Virtual Ship Trader

            Star Citizen = pre-alpha of a virtual ship trader lol

    • +9 votes

      So this game was a big flop ay? I think I'll wait till its about $5.

      • +12 votes

        If you can get past the bugs, it's actually quite a good game story-wise. The gunplay/combat feels really good too

      • +7 votes

        Depends on your expectations. If you're one of the people expecting a realistic sex sim then this ain't it.

        Just finished the game early this morning. Clocked over 100 hours having completed all of the side missions, which I thought to be more story-driven than the main questline.

        Easily the best game I've played in years. Definitely got my money's worth.

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        Ah ok, glad you guys are enjoying it.

        For now, I still have a few other games I need to finish first.

      • +1 vote

        Big flop only because of a bunch of negative press. It's a great game once you learn the mechanics..

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        I really want to pay $20.77 for it >_> probably never going to be that exact price though.

    • +16 votes

      Super enjoyed the game. Runs fine on my pc, handful of bugs, about what you'd expect from any new release title. Had plenty of depth, apparently how I played it was leagues different to how my mates did, so keen for a second run. Sometimes it's worth making your own mind up about a game and getting off the internet circle jerk train

        • +13 votes

          Of those 79% of players I'd imagine a lot have finished it and moved on, myself included. Game was good, will wait for the expansions.

        • +6 votes

          It's a single player game at the moment and people have finished it in 3 weeks. What's your problem?

      • +5 votes

        I don't think it's a bad game either, but it definitely did not meet my expectations because TW3 set the bar so high and they made representations that were not met with this game. I wouldn't even say that it is on par with TW2, but maybe it's because of my preferences.

        From what I'm hearing, it runs like an absolute turd on last gen consoles which is inexcusable imo. On PC, it was fine. There were weird glitches here and there whilst playing on PC, but definitely nothing that ruins it for me.

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        I think pc really dodged a bullet compared to the consoles performance wise. First time my 1080 hasnt reached 60fps in a game before though, would kill for a dlss compatible card as from what I can see provides a big improvement As for the game I haven't scratched the surface since I said I'll try close out death stranding before settling into it.

        • +1 vote

          Give the FidelityFX Cas options a try, you'll find you can get some nice performance improvement with it and it looks decent, well when I was comparing to DLSS it was very close at 75% scale @ 1440p. Don't be fooled into thinking DLSS looks as good as native, you want the better card to run it smooth at native.

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            @neomoz: Yeah absolutely. DLSS looks bad to me - regardless of the preset (blurry mess) - so I've dialled back some of the settings (no RTX etc) so I can play at native without DLSS. I'm on a 2080

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        My sentiments exactly. 80+ hrs in and am really enjoying it. Story is pretty awesome - and the side gigs are really damn good. In all fairness there are a ton of bugs, but if you can look past that, it's very fun. I didn't find any game breaking bugs thus far.

        I've also played all of the witcher games and loved them too, and since the DLC for TW3 were so meaty and well done, I'm also very excited for Cyberpunk 2077 DLC.

    • +5 votes

      Looking forward to playing this in few months… let some bugs get patched etc…

      Still kind of disappointed with CD Projekt Red.

    • +8 votes

      I thought all the performance fuss was old gen console users, I read the comments and wonder.

      I play this in ultrawide,1080ti/4790 i7/ Its a modded Dell OptiPlex 9020 MT….that's right.

      The game is only slightly buggy on occasion, as in a texture won't load in quick or a rag doll physics might freeze, but no more than any other pc game. Bethesda or even some Unreal based games can be consistently worse.

      The games pretty awesome IMO

      It appears a lot of the hype about how poor the game performs is just sensationalism, the general consensus for cyberpunk 2077 standards would say my machine is a subpar system too.

      I can run ultra with no rtx of course but I get about 30ish frames to high 20s, but running in ultrawide doesn't help. With my current settings I can maintain 60fps pretty easily, with low 50 drops only in some markets areas.

    • +1 vote

      I've sunk in well over 30 hours on PS5, it's got it's flaws, but I'm hooked.

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      Have they updated it to be more stable and less buggy yet?

    • -2 votes

      Price has been in cyber-plunge mode ever since it was released.

      • +4 votes

        Only on third party cd key websites.

    • +2 votes

      I've just finished up the game, clocked in at 98 hours. I didn't follow development at all, so I'm not really up to date on what was promised and wasn't given, but I really enjoyed what I got. There are definitely a ton of immersion breaking bugs. It sucked looking at the city from a distance and seeing loads of cars driving around, but then up close it's like a ghost town. In terms of game breaking stuff, I had maybe 10 crashes in my entire time playing, and was maybe killed by stupid bugs the same amount of times. My biggest gripe was no quickload button.

      If you've got a high-ish end PC, i'd say it's definitely worth the $50.

      • +1 vote

        You must be those lucky ones with 3080/3090. My 1080 is showing character sitting in mid-air………

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          Yeah I should've pointed that out, i'm running 3080/i7 8700k/32gb 3600mhz.