PlayStation Plus will be free during the last week of February

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Playstation ups the ante on its past free weekend multiplayer events. This Free Multiplayer Week does not require a Playstation Plus pass, any PS4 game with an online multiplayer mode will have it be accessible. This is for North America and will last until February 23rd.

However, in the European Union the free access runs from 10:00 on February 22 to 23:59 on February 26?

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Sony has revealed that you won't need PlayStation Plus to play PlayStation 4 games online starting tomorrow, the 17th February, in North America. The week long freebie event will commence on February 17, and includes popular titles like For Honor and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, amongst others. Do you have any particular games you are going to try during the Free Multiplayer Week? You don't need to provide a credit card or anything to take advantage of this free online time - you merely need to boot up a multiplayer game and you'll be able to take it online.

If you are a strictly Xbox One player, don't feel left out.

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It is certainly a great opportunity, especially for those who want to enjoy online titles without having to go through the box, or for users who still do not know this service of the Japanese company.

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