Will you subscribe to the new PS Plus subscription tier?

since Microsoft Swinging, changing the industry Xbox Game Pass Subscription services, and many wonder when Sony will catch up. So far, Sony has been offering two distinct subscription services: PS plusa more traditional free monthly game library and streaming service PS now. On March 29, Sony finally announced the updated PS Plus service, consisting of three tiers of upgraded features and pricing.

With cats finally getting off the ground on the new and improved PS Plus, we want to know what you think. Specifically, will you subscribe to PS Plus – and if so, which tier. Let us know in the comments and vote for answers using the poll embedded below. After voting, you will be able to see what the community thinks.

For those in need of a refresher, here’s how the three new PS Plus tiers break down:

  • PS plus points – It costs $9.99/€8.99/£6.99 per month (or $24.99/€24.99/£19.99 every three months, or $59.99/€59.99/£49.99 per year), effectively the same as PS Plus.
  • PS plus extra – Includes all the benefits you get from PlayStation Plus, plus a library of 400 PS4 and PS5 games to download to your console. It’s worth noting that Sony games won’t be added as part of the service on day one – unlike Xbox – instead we’ll get first-party games on the service sometime after the initial release window for first-party games square game. PS Plus Extra costs: $14.99/€13.99/£10.99 per month, $39.99/€39.99/£31.99 for three months, or $99.99/€99.99/£83.99 per year.
  • PS Plus Premium – This tier includes all of the above, plus classic games from PS1, PS2, and PSP, limited-time game trials, and PS3/PS4 game streaming.The cost of this service is: $17.99/€16.99/£13.49 per month, $49.99/€49.99/£39.99 for three months, or $119.99/€119.99/£99.99 per year

Be sure to let us know what you think of the new PS Plus tier in the comments below. For more Sony news, read our column on whether these changes are enough to make the PS Plus a true Game Pass competitor.