Sony's PlayStation is planning to compete with Xbox Game Pass with a new subscription service. According to a Bloomberg report, the service, code-named Spartacus, will let PlayStation users pay a monthly fee for access to a catalog of modern and classic games.
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The new subscription service will be a combination of two existing services, namely, PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now. "Documentation reviewed by Bloomberg outlines a service with three tiers. The first would include existing PlayStation Plus benefits. The second would offer a large catalog of PlayStation 4 and, eventually, PlayStation 5 games. The third tier would add extended demos, game streaming, and a library of classic PS1, PS2, PS3, and PSP games," states the report.
Currently, PlayStation Plus is mandatory for most online multiplayer games and features free monthly titles. PlayStation Now plan lets users stream or download older games.
Spartacus is expected to launch in 2022. While it is true that PlayStation devices have captured more sales compared to Xbox consoles, the latter's subscription service has more fanbase. Xbox Game Pass has 18 million subscribers owing to its numerous gaming titles made available for the community. The company even tied up with companies to further expand its gaming library.
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