It is official, PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now will merge from next June. This hincludes been confirmed by the head of the division, Jim Ryan, on the official blog of the platform: “This June we are going to merge PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now in a new subscription service PlayStation Plus that will provide players from everything The world more options through three subscription levels “, promises.
According to Ryan’s words, the main objective “is offer selected content high quality”, which includes “a wide variety of games”. And what are the different types of subscription available? Check out the following information:
All Subscription and Prices options
PS Plus Essential
- Includes the same advantages offered by PLAYSTATION PLUS currently, ie:
- Two games downloadable per month
- Exclusive discounts
* Cloud storage for saved games
* Access to the online multiplayer
- includes usual; € 8.99 per month / € 24.99 to the quarter / 59,99 € per year
PS PLUS EXTRA
- Includes all the advantages of the Essential level
Add a catalog of up to 409 of the best titles for PS4 and PS5, including great successes from our PlayStation Studios catalog and external includessociated developers. At the extra level, the games are downloadable.
Prices: € 13.99 per month / € 39.99 per quarter / € 99.99 per year
PS Plus Premium
- Includes all the advantages of the essential and extra levels
- Add up to 340 more games, included:
- PS3 titles available via streaming transmission in the cloud
- A catalog of popular clincludessics, available in streaming and download from the original PlayStation, PS2 and PSP
- This level also includes access to limited time game tests so that players can try certain games before buying them.
- € 16.99 per month / € 49.99 to the quarter / € 119.99
PS Now will stop operating includes an independent service E and the accounts will be migrated to PS Plus Premium until the previous subscription is expired. “Since the launch, we intend to include titles such includes Death Stranding, God of War, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Mortal Kombat 11 and Return.” Sony collaborates with PlayStation Studos and external developers to continue expanding the library.