Sony has revealed the launch dates and prices of the new PlayStation Plus service in different countries

Sony has announced the launch schedule for its new three-tiered PlayStation Plus subscription service. As previously confirmed, Essentials, Extra and Premium PlayStation Plus tiers will become available in most regions in June and will appear first in Asia and then in North America and Europe.

Sony will also expand its cloud streaming access to Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Republic of Cyprus, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.

Exact launch dates for the new PlayStation Plus subscription:

  • Asian markets (except Japan) – May 23, 2022
  • Japan – June 1, 2022
  • America – June 13, 2022
  • Europe – June 22, 2022

PS Plus Essentials offers the same benefits as the current PS Plus service, with monthly free games, discounts and online multiplayer. It will cost $10 or €9 per month, $25 or €25 for three months, and $60 or €50 per year.

PS Plus Extra will include the same benefits, but with access to a library of 400 downloadable games for PS4 and PS5. These games will include Death Strandin , God of War, Marvel’s Spider-Man, Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Mortal Kombat 11, Returnal and more. PS Plus Extra will cost $15 or €14 per month, $40 or €40 for three months and $100 or €100 for a year.

Finally, PS Plus Premium includes the aforementioned benefits but adds up to 340 additional games, including PS3 games available via cloud streaming and a catalog of classic games available in both streaming and download options for the original generations of PlayStation, PS2 and PSP. PS Plus Premium will also offer cloud streaming access to original PlayStation, PS2, PSP and PS4 games offered at the Extra and Premium levels in markets where PlayStation Now is currently available. In addition, Premium subscribers will have access to limited-time trial versions of the games, allowing them to try selected games before purchasing.

PS Plus Premium will cost $18 or €17 per month, $50 or €50 for three months and $120 or €120 per year.

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