October 1, 2022
Sony announces PlayStation Stars loyalty program

PlayStation Stars arrive in September; See more details!

a playstation starsSony’s free loyalty program, received another string of details during State of Play. The Japanese giant showed off some holdings and talked about release expectations for September – in select regions.

Take a look at the digital goodies, from PS3 models to several classic games from the brand, in the trailer shared at the event:

Created exclusively for PlayStation Stars, digital collectibles can only be obtained through our loyalty program. In some cases, they will be awarded to celebrate past activities, achievements, or product ownership. Their rarities vary, as do the real-life products they were inspired by, and the effort required to obtain them too. Once you have the collectibles, you will be able to organize them into a virtual view within the PlayStation app, and if you wish, you can view this view to friends in your PSN profile. There will be different ways to obtain or earn collectibles, with campaign completion being the primary means.

Items may be displayed in your PSN profile. According to Sony, “There will be various ways to obtain or earn collectibles, with campaign completion being the primary means.”

PlayStation Stars collectibles will have different rarities

To get the PlayStation Stars digital collectibles, players will need to participate in different campaigns.

PlayStation Stars campaigns are going to be fun and interesting, and yes, sometimes. It can be an activity to earn points or collectibles. In one of our first campaigns, Press play / 1994, members who start games that correctly match song-inspired hints will receive special collectibles. We’ll have more details about this campaign soon.

PlayStation Stars will be released first through the PS app, after which it will be expanded to consoles. It will be available in most markets, starting in “Asia (including Japan) later this month, and the Americas and Europe thereafter on later dates.”

Remember, Sony has already made it clear: PlayStation Stars collectibles are “definitely not NFTs”. See more here!