They’ve never been friends, and now Sony’s fighting the Xbox’s ecosystem – Game Pass specifically – with a reported tiered subscription plan that goes by the enigmatic codename Spartacus.
With words about the electronic street fixing it for the US spring next year, it will merge the PlayStation subscription services we already know – PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now, though the somewhat unsuccessful PlayStation Now branding is likely to be phased out, as it has generally done. not stacked up against Game Pass.
When Spartacus enters the match, it is announced to come and pack more subscription levels.
The base will offer the same as PS Plus has on the table, which is online multiplayer, and several monthly free games.
The next level should have access to a comprehensive selection of PS4 games ranging from PS5 titles.
To make the platform more enticing, the third level should see a streaming library of PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP games as well as extended demos.