PlayStation Is Reportedly Working on a Service Going Against Xbox Game Pass
Sony is reportedly working on a service to rival against Xbox Game Pass for PlayStation. According to Bloomberg, sources shared that Sony is working on a new service code named "Spartacus" for PlayStation owners to access a library of classic and modern games by paying a monthly fee.
The upcoming service will reportedly have three tiers. The first will have the same benefits as PlayStation Plus. The second one will offer access to the gaming catalog like Game Pass and the highest tier will come with extended demos, game streaming, and access to a larger library that includes PS1, PS2, PS3, and PSP games.
It is expected to launch in spring 2022 and will merge both PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now services. Bloomberg also revealed that while the PlayStation Plus name will still remain, PlayStation Now will be phased out as a brand.