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PlayStation’s Game Pass competitor ‘Project Spartacus’ to launch next week

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Key Specifications:

  • Sony is going to release Xbox Game Pass rival- Spartacus soon.
  • The service is going to launch by the next week.
  • Spartacus will be divided into three tiers – Essential, Extra, and Premium

Sony is going to release the Xbox Game Pass competitor by next week. The codename “Spartacus” is the codename for the video game subscription service. It will be available by next week and include first and third-party titles.

The video game subscription service is currently under development. According to the report, the service will debut with recent titles. However, unlike Game Pass, users should not expect big releases like God of War: Ragnarok to appear on the platform, right on launch day.

Previous reports say that Spartacus could be a combination of Sony’s two current subscription services, PlayStation Plus, and PlayStation Now. The service is expected to have three different tiers, which will offer different games at different price points.

One tier is expected to be very similar to the current PlayStation Plus subscription, while subsequent tiers would add PS4 and PS5 games, as well as “access to extended demos and the ability to stream games over the internet. while the Now introduces a back catalog of games for free – and the ability to play them on PC.

Spartacus will be divided into three tiers

The service will be divided into three tiers – Essential, Extra, and Premium – priced at $10 (Rs 750), $13 (Rs 975), and $16 (Rs 1200) respectively. It is also going to provide access to “classic games,” featuring a roster from previous Playstation eras – PS1, PS2, and PS3.

The other two tiers will arrive with the variations. The Essential package will be going to offer the standard benefits of the free monthly games and online multiplayer. The Extra tier, however, is the one that functions more like the Game Pass. It will shell out 300 downloadable titles that get disable once the service expires.

For reference, the PlayStation Plus service costs Rs 499 monthly and Rs 2999 for an entire year. PS Now, on the other hand, is currently not available in India. It will cost you at $9.99 monthly and $59.99 per year. However, Sony is yet to comment on the prices.

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