PlayStation’s Game Pass Competitor May Be Revealed Next Week

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PlayStation might add a new subscription service in the near future.

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PlayStation’s equivalent to could be unveiled , says a Friday report. The new subscription game service will launch with “a splashy lineup of hit games from recent years,” according to Bloomberg, which cited anonymous sources. It’s unclear if these will be from the , PS4 or both, but this service has been .

The service will apparently combine the currently available , and include multiple tiers that include modern games and classics from previous PlayStation consoles. Pricing remains unclear, but Bloomberg reported that the most expensive tier will let you play extended demos and stream games Daftar Slot Online.

The service was reportedly developed under the codename Spartacus.

Sony isn’t expected to add its biggest games, like the upcoming , to the service on their release days, Bloomberg noted. That would stand in contrast to Xbox, which made the recently released available on Game Pass at launch.

PlayStation didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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