At the end of March, Sony officially lifted the curtain on the new PlayStation Plus. The Xbox Game Pass competitor is available in three different pricing plans (Essential, Extra and Premium) with prices ranging from €8.99 per month to €16.99 per month. These subscriptions provide access to a long list of games, including backward compatible games like Siphon Filter.
Sony did not make a statement during the official announcement official launch date your new PlayStation Plus. The Japanese giant only talked about making an arrival in June. As promised, Sony has revealed the exact release date for the new formula’s consoles.
Sony will wait until June 22, 2022 to launch the new PlayStation Plus in Europe
In a recently updated blog post, Sony reveals: Europe will be the last continent to access the new PlayStation Plus. The Japanese firm will first submit the offer in Asia. In the second phase, the formula will be launched in the group’s home country, Japan. In mid-June, US players will be able to subscribe. Finally, Europe will have to wait until June 22, 2022.
“We’ve been preparing for this global rollout for some time now to give our subscribers flexible options, quality games and better value for money, and we’re just weeks away from the first regional rollout”, says Sony. Here is the planned launch schedule:
- Asia (excluding Japan) – scheduled for release May 23, 2022
- Japan – scheduled for release on June 1, 2022
- Americas – scheduled for release on June 13, 2022
- Europe – scheduled for release on 22 June 2022
In effect, players from France will have to wait until the end of June to subscribe to a PlayStation Plus formula. What do you think of this Game Pass competitor? Will you subscribe? We are waiting for your opinions in the comments.