PLAYSTATION LAUNCHES OWN XBOX GAME PASS COMPETITORS

PLAYSTATION LAUNCHES OWN XBOX GAME PASS COMPETITORS
Sony confirms plans to re-stock the PS5 in time for Christmas (Image: SONY)

Sony is reportedly working to expand its PlayStation Plus service to compete with Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass. According to the Bloomberg report, the service is codenamed Spartacus, which is a combination of the PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now services.

The subscription is expected to start in the spring and includes several subscription levels, similar to the subscription plans for Nintendo Switch Online and Xbox Live / Game Pass & Xbox Cloud Gaming. The basic plan will be the same as the current PlayStation Plus subscription and will retain all the benefits of the current membership, while the mid-level plan would offer a huge catalog of PlayStation 4 games alongside the PlayStation 5 games in the future. The top tier subscription would include "advanced demos, game streaming (PS Now), and a library of classic PS1, PS2, PS3, and PSP games," as well as the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack, which includes several NES and contains SNES titles.

Sony seems to be following in Microsoft's footsteps in expanding the PlayStation brand to other platforms by improving their cloud gaming infrastructure, as Xbox Game Pass has its own cloud gaming service and a pretty strong one with around 23 million subscribers Has seen growth. While some might think that Microsoft is apparently losing money, Phill Spencer believes the subscription is "very sustainable" and "continues to grow".

With God of War, which is due to be released on January 14, 2022, and UNCHARTED ™: Legacy of Thieves Collection sometime in the same year, Sony also conquered the PC market. Both titles are published under the nickname PlayStation PC LLC.

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