A leak on the Polish PlayStation website has probably revealed news about the future of PS Plus. So there was a logo of one there “PlayStation Plus Video Pass” to see. The description indicated that subscribers will benefit from the service between April 22, 2021 and April 22, 2022. In the meantime, the logo and the description have been removed from the website.
Sony has not yet issued a statement. If the specified period from the leak is correct, we should receive further details about the PlayStation Plus Video Pass by Thursday at the latest. It is also still unclear whether it will be a global service or a local offer. We will of course keep you up to date in this regard.
It wasn’t until the beginning of March that those responsible at Sony announced that the sale and rental of films and series in the PlayStation Store would be discontinued on August 31, 2021. We will soon find out whether there is a connection here with the leak that has emerged. In addition, Sony would like to further increase the value of PS Plus in a direct duel with the extensive Xbox Game Pass. The Video Pass may be an initial offer designed to bring more players into the subscription. Films like Venom, Zombieland: Double Tab or Bloodshot are listed in the leak. A few days ago, Sony also announced a deal with Netflix through which upcoming Sony films – initially in the USA – will be shown exclusively on the streaming platform.
The links marked with * are affiliate links. Affiliate links are not advertisements as we are independent in researching and selecting the products presented. We receive a small commission for product sales, which we use to partially finance the free content of the website.