New PlayStation Plus Lineup Offers Three Tiers Of Service

PlayStation VR2 (Image: Sony)

PlayStation VR2 (Image: Sony)

Sony announced the new PlayStation Plus lineup in a blog post on Tuesday.

There will be three plans to choose from. PS Plus Essential is the standard subscription model. It will cost $10 per month or $60 a year. The free monthly games will still change out every first Tuesday of the month.

The next tier is the PS Plus Extra which will be available for $15 a month or $100 per year. This option will grant access to an “on-demand” library of PS4 and PS5 games.

The highest-level plan will be the PS Plus Premium. This will allow players to download PlayStation games from as far back as the PS1. The option also gives subscribers a “time-limited” trial for sample games, including Horizon Forbidden West. Premium’s price tag is $18 per month or $120 per year.

The three tiers will be implemented on June 13 in North and South America. They will arrive in Asia on May 24, and in Europe, Australia and New Zealand on June 23.

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