You read the title right! It’s reported that 5,000 more PS+ users are getting sent invites to the Killzone 3 Beta but what’s also getting reported is that for the first time ever, these invites are being sent by a message directly to your PSN account inbox with a link attached sending you directly to the PlayStation Store so you can download the beta, much easier than typing in 12-digit codes.
Now you may want to be more aware of what is spam mail and what is not since many PSN users still get that popular spam mail since the copy and paste feature was added. This image shows what to expect from a Killzone 3 Invite like the name of the game for the Username and “Public Beta Access” for the Subject line and a link attachment to the store where the image attachments usually go. Good luck on getting an invite PS+ users!