What To Know About PlayStation Shared Service?

There is nothing left until the introduction of the service. What To Know About PlayStation Shared Service?

What To Know About PlayStation Shared Service?

According to a reliable source, nothing has been left until the introduction of the Spartacus project. A PlayStation shared service that is being developed as a competitor to GamePas, and new information has been revealed about it.

VentureBeat journalist Jeff Grubb, a leading game industry journalist. Explains in his new episode of Giantbomb that he has gained new information about the unreleased PlayStation sharing service. He says about it:

We are probably approaching the time of its official introduction, something will probably happen by the end of this month, and I do not think it necessarily means its public launch.

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According to him, the Spartacus shared service will consist of three different levels with a maximum cost of $ 16 per month.

Grub explains:

They are now called the Main, Extra, and Special (three levels), which cost $ 10, $ 13, and $ 16 a month, respectively.

Will you receive full games for the $ 16 special service? Not necessarily .. but it will be just like EA Play and you will get the full trial version of the games. I do not know if this is for all the games that are released, but apparently it will be.

Grubb further explains about the special service, which will also include classic games and streaming. And none of the other levels will have cloud playback capabilities. Of course, it is not clear what classic games will be included. Therefore, the special level of PlayStation service includes trial version of games, classic games and stream.

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It also explains the extra level, which includes a collection of downloadable games that are now available on PSNow. Grubb has apparently heard from sources that the level includes more than 250 to 300 games, the titles of which are unknown.

Finally, the main level is the same as today’s PlayStation Plus with monthly games.

Months ago, Bloomberg explained in an exclusive report that Sony was developing a new shared service codenamed “Spartacus”. Which now includes the company’s two services, the PlayStation Plus and the PlayStation Now. It will merge with each other and be a tough competitor for Xbox GamePas.

Source: videogameschronicle

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