Sony confirms PlayStation Plus relaunch games, perks and other details

Some classic purchases from PS3 and PSP will carry over to PS4 and PS5, with Ubisoft+ as an added benefit

This week, Sony revealed all the details of the new PlayStation Plus tiers launching this summer. The company officially confirmed the initial game lineup and rollout dates for different regions. It also explained how users will access older classics.

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All-new PlayStation Plus launches in June with 700+ games and more value than ever

PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now come together; players can choose from three flexible options.

Since launching PlayStation Plus in 2010, SIE has been at the forefront of innovation with game subscription services. We were thrilled to be the first console membership service that included a refreshed library of games through PlayStation Plus, and also launched the first console game streaming service with PlayStation Now. 

Today, we are pleased to share with you official news about changes coming to our subscription services. This June, we’re bringing together PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now in an all-new PlayStation Plus subscription service that provides more choice to customers across three membership tiers globally. 

Our focus is on providing high-quality, curated content with a diverse portfolio of games*. Below is an overview of the three membership tiers ( updated with Canadian pricing ):

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Overview of all Rumors and Speculation regarding “Project Spartacus”

Back on December 21st 2021, Jason Schreier reported on Project Spartacus and shared details:

• Available on PS4 and PS5, expected this Spring

• Will merge PS+ and Now

• Tier 1: Include existing PlayStation Plus benefits.

• Tier 2: Offer a large catalog of PlayStation 4 and, eventually, PlayStation 5 games.

• Tier 3: Offer extended demos, game streaming and a library of classic PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP games.

• Sony is also investing more heavily into cloud gaming.

• No Plans for Day and Date Releases.

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First look: the headset design for PlayStation VR2

Lots of thought was put into the headset’s ergonomics, as Sony wants users to feel as immersed in their game world as possible while ensuring a comfortable fit for a variety of head sizes.

New additions to the next-gen headset include a lens adjustment dial to manually tweak the distance between a user’s eyes and the lens, a built-in motor for headset feedback and a ventilation system to prevent the lens from fogging up during intense gaming sessions.

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