PlayStation is offering 6 months of free Apple TV+ for all PS5 owners. Follow these simple steps to find out how to claim this limited-time offer!
While you’ll probably spend most of your time on your shiny new PS5 playing games, there are also a load of streaming apps on the console too. And for a limited time, PS5 owners can get one of the very best, Apple TV+ for absolutely free.
Find out how to claim your free 6 month Apple TV+ subscription on PS5 in just a few simple steps.
How to Get 6 months of Apple TV+ Free on PS5
If you can’t wait to play the new Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut, or maybe even the stunning Horizon Forbidden West, you can maybe fill the time watching some of the new Apple TV+ shows. But you’ll need to claim your free 6-month subscription first.
This offer lasts until July 22, 2022, so there’s no rush to claim it. There are a few simple steps you’ll have to follow to redeem your free Apple TV + on PS5:
- Find the Apple TV app from the PS5 console’s search bar, or find it under “All apps” in Media home.
- Download the app, then open Apple TV and follow the on-screen instructions.
- Create an Apple ID or sign in with your exisiting Apple ID
- And that’s it – you’ve automatically claimed your free 6-month subscription.
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Following these steps to unlock your free 6 month Apple TV+ subscription on PS5 should only take a few minutes, and is as simple as that. You’ll be streaming the latest shows in no time!
What’s more, Sony is planning a TV streaming service of its own – PlayStation Plus Video Pass. This and Apple TV+ will mean you’ll never be out of shows to watch!
Meanwhile, Sony has 25 first-party PS5 games in development right now. While we already know that God of War Ragnarok has been delayed until 2022, there are still plenty of other games arriving in the near future.
Additionally, a leak has revealed that Naughty Dog could be working on Uncharted 5 and a remake of The Last of Us. Plus, an on-set photo could have uncovered that Insomniac’s Spider-man 2 is already in development.