Sony’s answer to the Xbox Game Pass is finally here! Well, sort of.
After much speculation, the company has officially announced that it will be merging its PlayStation Plus service with PlayStation Now and offering new membership options that will give users access to a rather large library of old and new games.
At launch, the company plans to include big titles such as Death Stranding, God of Ware, Marvel’s Spiderman, and more.
Still flying under the banner of PlayStation Plus, there will be three membership tiers available — PlayStation Plus Essential, PlayStation Plus Extra, and PlayStation Plus Premium.
The base tier offers the same benefits as before such as two downloadable games every month, discounts, cloud storage, and online multiplayer. This retains its monthly price of $9.99 a month.
Moving up to the Extra plan will have you shelling out $14.99 a month but you’ll be given access to up to 400 PS4 and PS5 games while the Premium plan ($17.99 per month) upgrades this to include 340 more games. This includes PS3 titles that will be available via cloud streaming. Try-before-you-buy titles will also be offered every month.
For markets that don’t have access to cloud streaming, PSP and PS2 titles will be added as well. Titles also vary by market.