New PlayStation Plus to Apparently Offer Easy Upgrades to Subscribers Between Tiers

The service is scheduled to start in certain Asian markets by the end of May.

New PlayStation Plus to Apparently Offer Easy Upgrades to Subscribers Between Tiers
New PlayStation Plus

According to an email from PlayStation to a user on the ResetEra site, PS Plus would allow customers to quickly upgrade to better advantages at any moment. Users will reportedly be able to pay the difference between their current plan and the new plan, adjusted for the time remaining on their subscription.

The new PlayStation Plus service will include three subscription tiers: PS Plus Essential, PS Plus Extra, and PS Plus Deluxe. PS Plus Essential provides gamers with online multiplayer as well as a number of freebies each month. This is the currently available version of the service.

PS Plus Extra will provide users access to additional features such as a catalogue of over 100 PS4 and PS5 games. Premium will include additional features such as cloud streaming of PS3 games and a portfolio of classic titles from the original PlayStation, PS2, and PSP generations, as well as free game trials.

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PlayStation Plus Will Almost Certainly Allow Free Movement Between Tiers

It was also confirmed that PS Plus Deluxe will be available at a lower price than Premium in regions where Cloud gaming is not accessible. It will also offer a library of beloved vintage games to download and play from the original PlayStation, PS2, and PSP generations, as well as time-limited game trials.

While PlayStation has yet to confirm regional pricing in India, there have been various stories about rumoured pricing in the nation. PS Plus Extra is expected to start at Rs 800 per month, while Premium would start at Rs 1000 per month.

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Although SIE has confirmed a regional launch in select Asian markets on May 23, it has not yet been verified whether India will be included. The Xbox Game Pass has been fairly successful in the country, but a lack of different payment ways has been one of the factors holding it back from genuinely thriving in a large way, leaving PlayStation with a huge potential.