PlayStation Stars: The loyalty Program for Players
PlayStation Stars, the new free PlayStation loyalty program, is now available, and it comes just in time for the moment when getting a PlayStation 5 could stop being a complicated mission. Starting today we can register with our PSN account and start earning points to get the prizes that Sony has promised.
So what benefits are we talking about? PlayStation Star allows us to redeem points for games, digital wallet funds, and digital collectibles to display in the digital showcase of the PlayStation app. Although it is a free loyalty program, PlayStation Plus subscribers can access additional benefits. Let’s see how to get started with PlayStation Star.
Games, collectibles, and more with PlayStation Stars
The first step to start using PlayStation Stars is to register on the loyalty program page with our PSN account. Once we are members, it is recommended that we also download the PlayStation application on our smartphones. It is available on iOS and Android platforms. After this, we can start to earn points and collectibles .
To earn points we can choose one or more of the three available axes. On the one hand, we have monthly campaigns. It is about participating in activities and challenges made for the PlayStation community. For example, online tournaments and in-game activities. The more active we are, the more points for PS Stars.
On the other hand, we have personalized campaigns. Here we will have to overcome challenges designed specifically for us and based on our most frequent games. Finally, if we have an active PlayStation Plus subscription, purchases of games and accessories in the PS Store will translate into points.
It should be noted that both the campaigns that we can access and the prizes will be subject to our level in PlayStation Star. There are four levels, each with its own achievements and advantages. We start at Level 1, for having joined the rewards program. At this first level, we receive a “celebration digital collectible”.
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