Finally, a month after launching in Asia, the new PlayStation Plus has almost arrived in Europe and you’ll only have to wait a few more hours.
Tomorrow, June 23, you’ll be able to discover the new version of the subscription service and decide whether you want to subscribe to the current version of Essentials, PS Plus, or select an additional one that will cost you hundreds Provides access to PlayStation 5 and PS4 games, while PS Plus Premium lets you access PlayStation Classics.
Existing members automatically switch to Essentials and can then choose whether to upgrade to one of the new tiers, paying the difference for the remainder of their membership time.
If you are interested in knowing the prices per monthly fee, here are the options:
|PS Plus Essential (Monthly/Quarterly/Annually)||€8.99/€24.99/€59.99|
|PS Plus Extra (Monthly/Quarterly/Annual)||€13.99/€39.99/€99.99|
|PS Plus Premium (Monthly/Quarterly/Annually)||€16.99/€49.99/€119.99|
We still don’t know what games will be available on the European service, but the list will most likely be similar to the United States. Plus, we’ll still have to wait to see if we can keep up with PAL versions of the classics, more authentic but less quality.
Another thing to note is that Essentials will receive the usual update with 3/4 of the games on the first Tuesday of each month, while there will be a second update with more PS5 and PS4 games in Extras and Premiums, also new in terms of premiums. Adds classics. PlayStation.