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PlayStation Plus Is Getting New Subscription Tiers

Premium combines PS+ with PlayStation Now game streaming

Sony is tweaking its PlayStation Plus online service by adding additional layers that include PlayStation Now game streaming.

Starting this summer, PlayStation Plus will be split into three subscription plans – Essential, Extra and Premium – with PlayStation Now included in the Premium plan. While this means you can use both PS Plus and PS Now with one subscription, Sony also says PS Now will be discontinued as a standalone subscription. So you will only be able to access the PS Now game streaming library if you sign up for Premium.

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The current version of PlayStation Plus remains the same, with two free downloads per month, online multiplayer availability and discounts on the PSN store. It will also keep its current price ($9.99/month, $24.99/3 months, $59.99/year), with the only difference that it will be called “PlayStation Plus Essential”.

PS Plus Extra adds to the base plan with a library of around 400 downloadable PS4 and PS5 games to play with all the benefits of the Essential tier. However, the Extra level costs as follows: $14.99 per month, $39.99 or $99.99 per year.

Premium is the largest (and most expensive) tier and offers the same features as Extra, plus timed game trial offers, over 300 cataloged games, and PlayStation Now streams. A premium subscription will cost you $17.99 per month, $39.99/3 months or $119.99 per year. Sony will also provide a lower-cost Deluxe tier for markets that don’t support cloud streaming, which doesn’t include PS Now streaming but includes over 300 additional games and game trials.

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The new PlayStation Plus subscription tiers will be available from June, although Sony hasn’t specified an exact date. Starting with markets in Asia, then the United States, Europe and finally all other regions at the “end of the first half of 2022”.

Sony also says it plans to expand the availability of cloud streaming, perhaps to make the Premium tier more appealing to a wider user base.


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PlayStation Plus Is Getting New Subscription Tiers

Premium combines PS+ with PlayStation Now game streaming

Sony is changing up its PlayStation Plus online service by adding extra tiers, one of which includes PlayStation Now game streaming.

Starting this summer, PlayStation Plus will be divided into three subscription plans—Essential, Extra, and Premium—with PlayStation Now being folded into the Premium plan. While this means you’ll be able to use both PS Plus and PS Now via a single subscription, Sony also says that PS Now as a standalone subscription will be discontinued. So you’ll only be able to access PS Now’s game streaming library if you sign up for Premium.

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The current version of PlayStation Plus, which includes two free downloadable games per month, online multiplayer availability, and PSN store discounts, is staying the same. It will also retain its current pricing ($9.99/month, $24.99/3 months, $59.99/year), with the only difference being that it’s will be called “PlayStation Plus Essential.”

PS Plus Extra adds to the basic plan with a library of around 400 PS4 and PS5 games, which can be downloaded to play, along with all the perks of the Essential tier. The Extra tier does cost more, though, with the pricing broken down like this: $14.99/month, $39.99/3 months, or $99.99/year.

Premium is the biggest (and most expensive) tier, offering all the same features as Extra, plus timed game trial offers, 300+ more games added to the catalog, and PlayStation Now streaming. A Premium subscription will set you back $17.99/month, $49.99/3 months, or $119.99/year. Sony will also provide a lower-cost Deluxe tier for markets that don’t support cloud streaming, which won’t include PS Now streaming but will include the 300+ additional games and game trials.

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The new PlayStation Plus subscription tiers will be available starting sometime this June, though Sony didn’t specify an exact date. Starting with markets in Asia, then the US, Europe, and finally all other regions “by the end of the first half of 2022.”

Sony also says it’s planning on expanding cloud streaming availability—presumably to make the Premium tier more enticing to a broader user base.

#PlayStation #Subscription #Tiers

PlayStation Plus Is Getting New Subscription Tiers

Premium combines PS+ with PlayStation Now game streaming

Sony is changing up its PlayStation Plus online service by adding extra tiers, one of which includes PlayStation Now game streaming.

Starting this summer, PlayStation Plus will be divided into three subscription plans—Essential, Extra, and Premium—with PlayStation Now being folded into the Premium plan. While this means you’ll be able to use both PS Plus and PS Now via a single subscription, Sony also says that PS Now as a standalone subscription will be discontinued. So you’ll only be able to access PS Now’s game streaming library if you sign up for Premium.

Sony

The current version of PlayStation Plus, which includes two free downloadable games per month, online multiplayer availability, and PSN store discounts, is staying the same. It will also retain its current pricing ($9.99/month, $24.99/3 months, $59.99/year), with the only difference being that it’s will be called “PlayStation Plus Essential.”

PS Plus Extra adds to the basic plan with a library of around 400 PS4 and PS5 games, which can be downloaded to play, along with all the perks of the Essential tier. The Extra tier does cost more, though, with the pricing broken down like this: $14.99/month, $39.99/3 months, or $99.99/year.

Premium is the biggest (and most expensive) tier, offering all the same features as Extra, plus timed game trial offers, 300+ more games added to the catalog, and PlayStation Now streaming. A Premium subscription will set you back $17.99/month, $49.99/3 months, or $119.99/year. Sony will also provide a lower-cost Deluxe tier for markets that don’t support cloud streaming, which won’t include PS Now streaming but will include the 300+ additional games and game trials.

Sony

The new PlayStation Plus subscription tiers will be available starting sometime this June, though Sony didn’t specify an exact date. Starting with markets in Asia, then the US, Europe, and finally all other regions “by the end of the first half of 2022.”

Sony also says it’s planning on expanding cloud streaming availability—presumably to make the Premium tier more enticing to a broader user base.

#PlayStation #Subscription #Tiers


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