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PlayStation Spartacus, or Project Spartacus, the codename for PlayStation’s answer to Xbox Game Pass, will reportedly be released next week according to a new report from Bloomberg. Sony has been preparing for the arrival of this subscription service for a long time, but it seems that they are ready to unveil PlayStation Spartacus, or “PlayStation Infinite” (or whatever it’s going to be called), very soon.
As suspected from numerous earlier reports, PlayStation Spartacus will combine both PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus. Available for PS4 and PS5, the subscription service will have three tiers, apparently called Essential ($10/month), Extra ($13/month), and Premium ($16/month), according to Jeff Grubb on his show on Giant Bomb.
Essential will be pretty much what PlayStation Plus provides currently, while Extra will grant players access to a catalog of games. Premium will include free trials, extended demos, game streaming, and a deeper library of games from Extra to include classic titles as well from PS1, Ps2, PS3, and PSP.