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#153915 12-Oct-2014 20:01
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My PSN+ account is a USA PSN account. On PS3 if you bought a Physical copy of the game it had to match the region of your PSN account in order use DLC.

Now I know that most (if not all) stores in New Zealand sell UK region PS4 games. Im wondering if anyone knows if you can use a UK region physical game with US-PSN purchased DLC?

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  #1152413 12-Oct-2014 21:19
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No it will jot work. DLC on PSN is region locked to the region where the disc or digital download originated from.




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  #1152426 12-Oct-2014 21:46
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No. you can just create a uk account though and buy the dlc on that account but continue to play off your original account if you want.

edit: also you say nz sell uk region games, even though this is technically true in terms of product numbers, the dlc is still locked to the country of purchase ie if you buy from nz retail stores you need a nz psn, but if you import from the uk you will need a uk account.

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