PlayStation Plus is Sony’s subscription service that is adapting to the Xbox Game Pass model and Jim Ryan believes that it is better than the competition.
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PlayStation Plus It is not at its best, especially after the price increase that has caused poor reception by players, even canceling their subscriptions. However, Sony is confident that the situation will be reversed and that they will be able to offer a much more complete and higher quality product. In this sense, Jim Ryan has wanted to jump into the fray to defend the situation, using his arguments to define PlayStation Plus as a better service than Xbox Game Pass.
“I spoke to all the publishers and they are all unanimously against Game Pass because it destroys value, not only at the individual level of each title, but also at the industry level. The recent subscriber number that Microsoft announced in January was 25 million. I’m sure everyone has their own opinions on this, but I personally expected a higher number given all the investment they’ve made. We have about 50 million PlayStation Plus subscribers. We believe we offer a meaningful subscription service”, argued the head of PlayStation in relation to the quality of both services.
It is worth remembering that Jim Ryan has dedicated the last few months to trying boycott Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzardso these harsh words like those he dedicates to the service of the competition are not surprising.
16 games are leaving PlayStation Plus in October
As for Sony’s subscription service, for the moment, the new free games that will be released on PS5 and PS4 are expected to be announced during the month of October, something for which there is very little left. On the other hand, the 16 games that are leaving PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium during the coming weeks have been confirmed, which you can consult below:
AstebreedClouds & Sheep 2Far Cry 4Far Cry 5GAL*GUNVOLT BURSTGoosebumps: The GameINSIDELIMBONARUTO TO BORUTO: SHINOBI STRIKERThe CrewThe MediumThe QuarryTorqueLYakuza 3 RemasteredYakuza 4 RemasteredYakuza 5 Remastered
These games will remain on PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium until next October 17so you will have to play them before that date if you want to take advantage of their presence in the subscription service’s catalog.
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