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A new update to Blizzard's Battle.net launcher suggests we're closer than ever to seeing the older Warcraft RTS titles working on modern PCs.
MMO-Champion reports a new background and icons for Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne have been added to the launcher, though no other support has been added at this time.
Sony is raising the cost of a PS Plus subscription in select regions including South Africa, Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and India.
Multiple IGN readers tipped us off to the move, which Sony has since confirmed, citing "market conditions" while promising "currently, price adjustments are not being planned for PS Plus in the SCEA region." We've reached out to the company to determine if we should expect similar hikes in the UK or anywhere else in Europe and will update when we know more.
Particularly worrying is the fact that South African subscribers were given just 24 hours notice of the change, after which the cost of a three-month subscription jumped 51 percent, with a year-long subscription rising 53 percent from R489 to R749 ($43.45 to $66.55).