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PS PLUS - RUNS OUT - STILL PLAY GAMES? Question

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Okay, i know how PS Plus works and all that Jazz but i was just wandering.

If say you had a game you wanted to finish but your PS Plus ran out in like 2 days,

Could you simply disconnect from the internet and change the date to a week ago so your ps3 thinks you now have a week untill your subscription ends still?

Or would it still know?

 

Just something i wandered about?



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Never thought of that.

I've always heard that if you renew your subscription, you get access to things you've downloaded previously.



No your PSN info is stored in Sony's servers.



I don't believe this will work :p



AnarchyWest said:
No your PSN info is stored in Sony's servers.


Exactly. There's this "inner clock" whenever you're connected to the server. You just can't cheat like that.



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AnarchyWest said:
No your PSN info is stored in Sony's servers.


But you can still play plus games offline ?



Can you even play ps+ games when you arent connected to the internet? Anybody ever tried it? My ps+ isnt active right now so I cant experiment...



Wright said:
AnarchyWest said:
No your PSN info is stored in Sony's servers.


Exactly. There's this "inner clock" whenever you're connected to the server. You just can't cheat like that.


So there's a clock where the ps3 always knows the right date which you can't mess with ?



What will happen to ps+ in the next years with PS3? I mean at some time the support for PS3 will fade so new games that get added will also fade out or it will only get old and/or crappy games but if you quit ps+ your games will also disappear. I think at some point it won't be worth the money but you have to pay to keep the games.
Are there any details how Sony will solve this?



Tomothebarbarian93 said:
Wright said:
AnarchyWest said:
No your PSN info is stored in Sony's servers.


Exactly. There's this "inner clock" whenever you're connected to the server. You just can't cheat like that.


So there's a clock where the ps3 always knows the right date which you can't mess with ?


When you are connected, yes. And you need to be connected to make use of Plus.