PlayStation Store Croatia currency change guide 

Important information about PlayStation™Store and PlayStation®Plus payments in Croatia.

Everything you need to know 

From 1 January 2023, the unit of currency used in Croatia will change from the Kuna to the Euro.

We’re working now to make the currency changeover on PlayStation Store. We’re converting PS Store payments to the Euro, but it’s going to take some time. Transactions will be recorded in Kuna and then settled in Euros using the official fixed exchange rate (7.53450 HRK to 1 EUR). 

As the Euro is introduced across Croatia from January 2023 onwards, we want to let you know about some changes to the way purchases are made on PlayStation Store.

What does this mean for me?

  • PlayStation Store will remain open, but while we complete our engineering work, you will only be able to make payments from 1 January 2023 using existing wallet funds, or by redeeming PlayStation Gift cards. 
  • You will not be able to make payments or top up your wallet directly on PlayStation Store using credit cards, debit cards, or other payment methods such as PayPal until our work is completed. 
  • You can buy PlayStation Gift cards from local stores or online retailers.

Need help? 

Contact our support specialists