And soon the direct competitor to Game Pass from Microsoft, which seeks to unify its collection of games and offer new streaming services to users, will debut. According to sources close to the company, next week Sony It will launch its own subscription service to the list of exclusive games from Play StationAnd the Which promises access to successful games in exchange for a monthly payment, without having to purchase them.
Sony’s new service, codenamed Spartacus, will combine two of its existing offerings, PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus, with different payment levels available to customers, who will have access to a catalog of modern and classic games from earlier times. PlayStation. From what is known, there will be three subscription levels that provide different access to servers; According to documents provided by Bloomberg News last year, The tiers will be PlayStation Plus Essential, PlayStation Plus Extra, and PlayStation Plus Premium costing $10, 13, and $16, respectively.
Prices per pass according to Bloomberg
Prices per pass as per Bloomberg.
The most expensive tier will give gamers access to extended demos, an additional catalog of games, and the ability to stream games online, a service Microsoft’s Game Pass offers on both Basic and Ultimate subscriptions, albeit only in some countries. On the other hand, it has been confirmed that there will be no “day one” releases because Microsoft’s service has also become accustomed to us, so new releases of Play Station It must be obtained in the traditional way.
It remains to wait for its presentation next week to learn about the range of games available, their compatibility with previous consoles, and when they will be available in Argentina and Latin America.