Sony reportedly gearing up to introduce new PlayStation Plus Video Pass features

Sony is reportedly ready to introduce a new PlayStation Plus video pass feature, which can add movie and TV content to its PlayStation Plus service.

That last part indicates that the service will only be available in Poland, still, the report will have to wait for confirmation from Sony. A splash screen in the marketing of the new service, which includes images of Venom, Zombieland: Double Tape, and Bloodshot, if the information discovered by VGC is correct, the report should see the arrival of the PlayStation Plus video pass tomorrow.

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It remains to be seen whether it will only be available in Poland or other regions around the world. Sony had earlier said it would stop selling and renting movies and TV shows on the PS Store, so this could be related.

Meanwhile, Sony last year unveiled the PlayStation Plus Collection, which offers access to a handful of free games for PlayStation 5 owners. These features are designed to promote the PS Plus as a service, which has recently been overshadowed by Micro .ft’s Xbox Game Pass.

The feature, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, provides members with a list of titles with access that can be easily streamed from the cloud to your PC, Android, and iOS devices. All movies made by Sony Pictures. These movies seem to stream for free at any time with a PS Plus subscription.

The list does not include a game that will only be available on the PlayStation 5. Official information from the Japanese company will appear shortly.

PS Plus May:

  • Battlefield V (PS4 / PS5)
  • Stranded Deep (PS4 / PS5)
  • Play only on PS5 to be confirmed

If the journalists are right again, Sony is clearly warming up players for the premiere of Battlefield 6. DICE and Electronic Arts are slated to unveil the shooter next month for a 2021 release.

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