PlayStation Plus could be getting a ‘video pass’ as part of the subscription soon.
The PlayStation Plus subscription is a must-have for anyone who owns a PS4 or PS5. It allows gamers to play online multiplayer games and it gives them access to this month’s free PlayStation Plus games.
However, the deal could get even better soon, if this accidental reveal is correct.
PS Plus Streaming Service?
It’s been an exciting couple of weeks for PlayStation fans. The first major System Update for PS5 dropped recently and it added loads of new features.
Additionally, an industry insider revealed that Sony could be revealing a response to Game Pass soon.
Now, a new leak direct from Sony’s official Polish website could have revealed that some kind of video streaming is coming to PS Plus.
Sony published a logo for something called the PlayStation Plus Video Pass along with the description (translated by VGC):
“A new benefit available for a limited time on PlayStation Plus… PS Plus Video Pass is a trial service active 22.04.21 – 22.04.22. The subscription benefit is available to PS Plus users”.
What Is PlayStation Plus Video Pass?
The post, which has now been taken down, didn’t go into any detail about what the Video Pass might include. However, it is most likely some kind of Netflix-style streaming service for movies or tv shows.
There were also no details about whether this would be a worldwide service. The Polish website only deals with Sony news to do with Poland, so it is unknown whether this will be country or region-specific as of yet.
With Sony set to release its most popular PlayStation games on mobile devices, will this streaming service also make its way to your pocket soon too?
Hopefully, Sony will fully announce this exciting new Video Pass feature for the already great PS Plus service soon.
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Finally, in even more exciting news for Sony fans, it looks like Naughty Dog is making Uncharted 5 and a remake of The Last Of Us for PS5.