New Asia-oriented Plus9 gaming platform offers free subscription to play games
A new gaming platform is launched today. Your first impression might be “Really? Another ? But Plus9 has a few perks that help set it apart from another Steam or Epic Games store.
The first twist is that it is themed around Asian games, billing itself as being “devoted to all things Otaku”. Today marks the launch of its Game Club, which includes 14 games from smaller publishers that might otherwise go unnoticed when offered by larger services.
The launch lineup includes Tengami, Synergia, Raiden III and IV, BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger, Guilty Gear X2 #Reload, Kawaii Deathu Desu, and more. Plus9 also offers a + NET news service that offers game information, communications, and player-created content developed in Asia.
You can sign up for a 30 day free trial now. After that, a subscription costs $ 49.99 per year …
… or maybe not. One of the features of Plus9 is that you can earn a free subscription which is why we are offering it here on MMOBomb. Tasks you can do to do this include the usual âsocial marketingâ goals, like commenting on an article, liking the Twitter account, or getting a friend to join.
Oddly, however, you can also save subscription time by playing games, described as “reaching specific milestones in certain games.” An article on the site offers details on some of these activities and their rewards, such as earning a 14-day membership by unlocking an additional character in Kawaii Deathu Desu.
We are told that a player should “be able to remain an active member for free, as long as they follow their activities”, at least during the beta period of the service. So if you like Asian games and potentially want to enjoy it for free, you might want to take a look at Plus9.