Sony Interactive Entertainment hSony Interactivemunicated to the main store chains of the United Kingdom Removal of prepaid cards from the subscription service PS Now . All partners of the Japanese firm should withdraw these cards from their shelves before January 21 of this year, Sony Interactive it hSony Interactive advanced VentureBeat and hSony Interactive confirmed the Sony itself shortly after, making the extended information to everyone .
PlayStation NOW will stop being in stores; Sony changes his strategy
Worldwide , we are removing the PlayStation NOW gift cards to focus on our current PlayStation gift cards with cSony Interactiveh, which can be redeemed by PlayStation Now, explain.
Said prepaid cards of different amounts of money can be used at PS Store to make purchSony Interactivees of digital products or add to cart Subscriptions Sony Interactive PS NOW and PS Plus. However, prepayment cards of the PlayStation Plus subscription will not be removed from stores, unless changing plans.
PlayStation NOW is a subscription service with a catalog of more than 700 PS2, PS3 games (streaming only) and PS4 . The platform can be used in PS4, PS5 or PC consoles. Currently, memberships have different models; from 9.99 euros per month up to 24.99 euros for three months or 59.99 euros per year.
Spartacus Hand on the horizon, New Road Service?
Sony’s decision arrives shortly after an article published by Bloomberg On December 3, in which, apparently, Sony is working on a reformulation of its subscription services that would combine, in a way, PS Plus with PlayStation Now. The difference is that this new service, under the key name of Spartacus , would have three tiers or categories : to greater category (and price), greater the reward.
- First category: All PS Plus benefits.
- Second category: The above plus a catalog of PS4 games and, over time, also from PS5.
- Third category: The above a more extended demerit catalog, streaming game and a clSony Interactivesic PlayStation bookstore, PS2, PS3 and PSP.
This information is not confirmed or denied by Sony, so we have to wait until the Japanese firm moves tab and reveals what your plans are for the immediate future.
References | VentureBeat; Gets; Bloomberg.