Last month, Sony announced that the PlayStation Store will no longer offer TV and movie content for sale or rental starting this year. It could be, however, that a service similar to Netflix will soon be available to PS-Plus subscribers – at least that’s the theory.
PS Plus: Another feature in the works?
The PS Plus service offers subscribers a number of advantages. Not only do you get Free monthly games, you also get exclusive discounts in the PS Store, exclusive themes and designs, access to 100 GB of cloud storage and much more. However, it seems that Sony would like to expand this service.
“A new benefit available for a limited time on PlayStation Plus … PS Plus Video Pass is a trial service that will be active from 04/22/21 – 04/22/22. The subscription benefit is available to PS Plus users in Poland. “
It is not yet clear whether this is ultimately the case a local or a global service will be about Sony Interactive Entertainment – we will of course keep you informed.
The current PS Plus free games:
PS Plus: Does Sony want to expand in order to remain competitive?
Sony is a huge corporation and can claim a huge success with the release of the PlayStation 5, but Sony has it not easy to stay competitive. Microsoft is constantly expanding the Xbox Game Pass and companies such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video offer subscribers countless films, series and shows.
In view of the strong competition, the platform operator may want to increase the value of its paid subscription service by integrating some video offers into PS Plus.
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- By the way: Sony has released a new trailer for the PlayStation 5. Everything about it in our news.
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