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Sony will soon launch new globally revamped PlayStation Plus tiers

Japanese tech giant Sony has announced that revamped PlayStation Plus game subscription categories will soon be launched to a global audience.

Sony said the launch is only a week away, starting in Asia on May 24, followed by Japan on June 2, North and South America on June 13, and finally Europe, Australia and New Zealand on June 23.

“The new PlayStation Plus service will be launching soon, and we’re excited to share with you an early look at some of the games that will be included during the launch time frame,” the company said in a blog post.

The company said the new PlayStation Plus will offer PS3 games to stream and play on PS4, PS5 and PC.

On any PlayStation Plus plan users choose, they will receive the same benefits that are currently available to PlayStation Plus members.

“We are focused on adding high-quality titles to the PlayStation Plus service for gamers to enjoy. I am happy to share a selection of content that will be available for PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium/Deluxe plans. PlayStation.com will be updated with the list of games when they launch in your region.”

PlayStation Plus Premium / Deluxe members will have a selection of popular classic games to play, with some titles showing improved frame rates and higher quality resolutions compared to the original launch versions.

For picking up on classic original PlayStation and PSP games, members will also enjoy a new user interface with menus that allow you to save your game at any time, or even roll it back if you want to.

Also, players who previously purchased the digital edition of select games from the original PlayStation and PSP generation will not have to make a separate purchase or subscription to PlayStation Plus to play these titles on PS4 or PS5.

When these titles are released for PS4 and PS5, players can head to the PlayStation Store and download a version for consoles at no additional cost if they already own the digital version of the title. Some titles will also be available for individual purchase.

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2022-05-17 08:24:00

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