Sony’s Xbox Game Pass counterpart to Sony’s PlayStation will likely be priced at $10, 13 or $16, depending on what’s included. Venturebeat site writes. According to Venturebeat, Sony will begin testing the new subscription service in a few weeks.
According to GamesbeatAnd, part of Venturebeat, PlayStation comes with three subscriptions: PS + Essential, PS + Extra, and PS + Premium. These plans are $10, $13, and $16 in the US, respectively. The price in euros is not yet known. PS + Essential is what is now known as PS Plus, where the user gets a few games every month. PS + Extra adds a similar game catalog to Xbox Game Pass and PS Now. PS + Premium adds streaming for PS Now, access to PlayStation 1, 2, 3 and classic PSP games and “game experiences”.
Game experiences allow users to download and play full versions of new games before they become available to other players. This is how EA Play now works with some games, for example. Gamesbeat doesn’t say how this information came about, but says that prices and names for different subscription types may change.
It was announced in December Sony is working on a version similar to Xbox Game Pass, integrating the existing PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now. An anonymous source told Bloomberg at the time. The new subscription service is internally codenamed “Spartacus”. also different Layers It was already known. What’s new is how much these different subscriptions cost.
According to Gamesbeat, Sony will be testing the new subscription service in the coming weeks and the company will likely announce the new service in March. It is not yet known when the service will be available to PlayStation players.
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