May 17, 2022

Sony Confirms That PlayStation Plus Video Pass Is In Trial

It’s currently being tested in Poland.

It was only two months ago when Sony confirmed that they are canceling movie and tv rentals on the Playstation Store. However, they seem to have something new up their sleeves to possibly alleviate some of the scorned fans, who used the Playstation Store to watch films and tv shows, on-demand.

Leaked Logos

A logo with the words PlayStation Plus Video Pass leaked, from Sony themselves, and late last week it was confirmed by VGC to be true. Sony Interactive Entertainment Global Services-exec Nick Maguire also confirmes that the service is being “tested” right now, in Poland.

“We know very well that we have a large base of players in Poland who stand out due to their commitment and activity in the network and social media. They also like to use VoD platforms. For us, this is the perfect combination, the perfect market, to introduce a test service as part of the PS Plus program and see what our key users think about it.” Sony Interactive Entertainment’s global services VP Nick Maguire.

As of right now, Playstation Plus subscribers have access to more than 20 Sony Pictures films and TV shows. Free of charge. New content will be added every three months. Venom, Bloodshot, and Zombieland: Double Tap are currently free to watch on the Playstation Store.

What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments.


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