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Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 £33.95 @ PlayStation PSN Turkey [Using Disposable Revolut Virtual VISA Card]
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Final Fantasy VII Remake PS4 £33.95 @ PlayStation PSN Turkey [Using Disposable Revolut Virtual VISA Card]

£33.95£59.9943%Playstation Network Deals
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Posted 7th May
NOTE: New method, NO VPN required using only Revolut DISPOSABLE Virtual Visa Card.

More info regarding the payment method along with the discussion can be found here:


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Game is playable on a UK PSN account after downloading and installing from a PSN Turkey account. RE: setting up account, same principles apply as per setting up a US PSN account:

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Stupidly good price so soon after release.

Really enjoying it so far.

Can't believe some people have completed it 2-3 times.

Looks great on the pro.
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Stupidly good price so soon after release.

Really enjoying it so far.

Can't believe some people have completed it 2-3 times.

Looks great on the pro.
Was literally about to post this. My game sharing friend is ecstatic Revolut is working in Turkey .
Is it really worth all that mucking about to save a tenner?

Great game regardless, got the plat trophy a couple of days ago. Enjoyed it start to finish.
Serpico7307/05/2020 23:42

Was literally about to post this. My game sharing friend is ecstatic …Was literally about to post this. My game sharing friend is ecstatic Revolut is working in Turkey .


How do you gameshare on PlayStation? I do it with my cousin on Xbox, is it the same as that? Thanks
oxtailjuice08/05/2020 09:28

How do you gameshare on PlayStation? I do it with my cousin on Xbox, is it …How do you gameshare on PlayStation? I do it with my cousin on Xbox, is it the same as that? Thanks


If this was done on a PlayStation i.e. purchased through a Turkish account, then it works something like this.

Dad - Buys game on Turkish account, but is able to play game on his own console on his UK account.
Son - Wants to play the same game, but has to download and play from Dad's Turkish account.

Or vice versa of course..

One person has to use the account from which the game was purchased, if that makes sense.
joeydeacon08/05/2020 09:32

If this was done on a PlayStation i.e. purchased through a Turkish …If this was done on a PlayStation i.e. purchased through a Turkish account, then it works something like this.Dad - Buys game on Turkish account, but is able to play game on his own console on his UK account.Son - Wants to play the same game, but has to download and play from Dad's Turkish account.Or vice versa of course..One person has to use the account from which the game was purchased, if that makes sense.


Thanks, so one of us would have to use the Turkish account to play the game
oxtailjuice08/05/2020 09:46

Thanks, so one of us would have to use the Turkish account to play the game


No you just need to be able to sign into each others account to grab the games (if bought on a Turkish account then log into your mates Turkish account to grab it) basically with game sharing you just need to sign into your mates account on your PS4 and make that your Primary account. Your mate must then sign in on his PS4 with your account details and make that his primary PS4. All very confusing but once done you can log into each others accounts grab games to download then logout and log back into your normal use account and you will see the game downloading.
igotcoins08/05/2020 10:07

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I'm not here to convince you buddy, that's not how this works. You have your own opinion.


Metacritic
88/100[76]
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Score
Destructoid
9/10[77]
Easy Allies
9/10[78]
EGM
3/5 stars[79]
Eurogamer
Recommended[80]
Famitsu
39/40[81]
Game Informer
8.75/10[82]
GameRevolution
5/5 stars[83]
GameSpot
10/10[84]
GamesRadar+
4.5/5 stars[85]
IGN
8/10[86]
Jeuxvideo.com
18/20[87]
OPM (UK)
10/10[88]
RPGamer
4.5/5 stars[89]
Shacknews
9/10[90]
The Guardian
5/5 stars[91]
USgamer
3.5/5 stars[92]

"It's a bad game"

Thanks for the insight.
Edited by: "cas398" 8th May
Serpico7308/05/2020 10:05

No you just need to be able to sign into each others account to grab the …No you just need to be able to sign into each others account to grab the games (if bought on a Turkish account then log into your mates Turkish account to grab it) basically with game sharing you just need to sign into your mates account on your PS4 and make that your Primary account. Your mate must then sign in on his PS4 with your account details and make that his primary PS4. All very confusing but once done you can log into each others accounts grab games to download then logout and log back into your normal use account and you will see the game downloading.


So the Turkish account can be set as primary on more than one console? Then we just use it when we want to purchase/download a game? Apologies for all the questions, it's just way more confusing than the Xbox way
oxtailjuice08/05/2020 11:09

So the Turkish account can be set as primary on more than one console? …So the Turkish account can be set as primary on more than one console? Then we just use it when we want to purchase/download a game? Apologies for all the questions, it's just way more confusing than the Xbox way


When you set up any foreign PSN account you need to set it to primary but there is no limit on how many times that can change. I have UK, Turkish, US, Canadian, Turkish and Brazilian PSN accounts. Everytime I want to set up a new account I just have to make the new account my primary one.

So you have all your accounts in your registered names etc. and then you want to share games with a mate or another PS4 user. Get that person's PSN account details (username and password) and create it as a user on your PS4. It will say you need to set this as a primary account so say ok. Now give your mate your UK PSN account details (username, password) and get them to set up a user on their PS4 and they will be asked to set to primary. Now your mate will be able to login to your user and you will log into his.

If you buy a game from your Turkish PSN account and download it, when your mate logs into your UK PSN account he can see it and start his own download. He will will then log out of your account and back into his UK PSN account and the game will be in his list. Just make sure you are not logged in playing your main accounts when the other person tries to log in as it won't let them. I share with a mate and it can save you loads if you are into the same type of games. Apologies for the long winded response
Serpico7308/05/2020 12:08

When you set up any foreign PSN account you need to set it to primary but …When you set up any foreign PSN account you need to set it to primary but there is no limit on how many times that can change. I have UK, Turkish, US, Canadian, Turkish and Brazilian PSN accounts. Everytime I want to set up a new account I just have to make the new account my primary one.So you have all your accounts in your registered names etc. and then you want to share games with a mate or another PS4 user. Get that person's PSN account details (username and password) and create it as a user on your PS4. It will say you need to set this as a primary account so say ok. Now give your mate your UK PSN account details (username, password) and get them to set up a user on their PS4 and they will be asked to set to primary. Now your mate will be able to login to your user and you will log into his.If you buy a game from your Turkish PSN account and download it, when your mate logs into your UK PSN account he can see it and start his own download. He will will then log out of your account and back into his UK PSN account and the game will be in his list. Just make sure you are not logged in playing your main accounts when the other person tries to log in as it won't let them. I share with a mate and it can save you loads if you are into the same type of games. Apologies for the long winded response


Thxs. Is this allowed really, was thinking of seeing if one of my friends wanted to share as we often like same games . Can you both play a co op game together or play at same time.
char19860610/05/2020 03:46

Thxs. Is this allowed really, was thinking of seeing if one of my friends … Thxs. Is this allowed really, was thinking of seeing if one of my friends wanted to share as we often like same games . Can you both play a co op game together or play at same time.


Of.course you can as long as you have PS plus as you need that for online play on certain games. That's the beauty of sharing digital you both don't need the game disc. I've just bought FF7 remake and paid £17 each with a mate. Buying physical is good.if you want to blast through a game then trade it in.
Works like a charm! Thanks
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