A new report says Sony is working on its own competitor with Xbox Game Pass, a new hierarchy that will either alter or combine PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now.
NS initial report from Bloomberg has detailed that the subscription-based service will open to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 owners, allowing access to classic and recent games. There will be three tiers of service planned, with the same lowest price as the current PlayStation Plus. The second tier will open up a library for PlayStation 4 games and some PlayStation 5 games. The highest priced tier will include all of the above plus demos, streaming, and a library of games from PlayStation history, that is, access to games from PlayStation, PS2, PS3 and PSP.
A subscription-based service nicknamed Spartacus is in development and is expected to launch in the spring, following several announcements that PlayStation Plus and PlayStation will now merge and be replaced by the new service. The Bloomberg report says that details are yet to be finalized, but the report suggests that Sony may have been interested in keeping the PlayStation Plus brand alive but ultimately scrapped PlayStation Now.
When it comes to console gaming, access in the massively multiplayer online game and MMO space has evolved over the past decade, and we’re seeing Many cross games are available. With this type of service, Sony will be able to offer as many levels as it already has, but with a new structure and more options. Even Nintendo recently added an even higher level Nintendo Switch The online membership includes access to Nintendo 64 games, something that is missing from the standard membership. And Final Fantasy Game was featured on Game Pass before.
With cross-play, the expected growth in the cloud gaming space, and all the aggregator we’ve heard about, setting up a new service should offer a mix of classic and current with new features might be a good idea. now.
https://www.mmorpg.com/news/sony-reportedly-working-on-new-three-tier-subscription-service-replacing-playstation-now-and-plus-2000123779 Sony is known to be working on a new three-tier subscription service to replace PlayStation Now and Plus