Changes may be coming to the PlayStation Plus subscription service. Don't worry, they appear to be good changes.
According to "multiple sources" as reported by Eurogamer , Sony is planning to unveil a Plus overhaul during the company's E3 press conference next week.
Apparently, this will include giving away "top tier games for free" as well as "proper integration with PS Vita." Bringing the new portable device into the fold seems essential; Sony will offer Vita exclusive titles, downloadable content, and cloud services, which would mean you don't have to connect the handheld to a PS3 or PC to back up content. There is no confirmation on this yet, but Plus content manger Ross McGrath did throw up this leading Tweet :
"By the way, if you don't have a PS+ subscription, now is the time to get one. For real. Just get 3 months if you aren't sure. Trust me."
Okay, we'll trust you. Plus has been a great deal from the start, but this should make it even better, especially if you're a Vita owner.