Sony PlayStation Plus members may have added an advantage to movies and TV shows made by Sony Pictures.
The console-maker has launched a PlayStation Plus Video Pass trial in Poland that watches movies such as Zombieland: Double Tap, Venom and Bloodshot, which are available for customers to enjoy as an added benefit, free games With a monthly harvest of.
But people VGC It was the first to report the test, which was lunched for PS Plus customers in Poland, which appears to be the basis of the test. It is unclear whether Sony plans to launch a similar service elsewhere.
The text shown on the page translates to: “A new benefit available for a limited time on PlayStation Plus … PS Plus Video Pass is a testing service activated 22.04.21 – 22.04.22. Membership benefit is available for PS Plus users in Poland. “
The dates mentioned on the site indicate that the service went live before the service was announced. Perhaps it is possible that we will announce a wider rollout of the service to Sony, but it may also be for our Polish pales right now.
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Should Sony decide to take this route into Longterm, this could add some much-needed value to PS Plus subscribers as the company wants to compete with the Microsoft Game Pass Ultimate platform, which offers a much stronger offer despite the added expense is.
Sony has just signed an exclusive deal with Netflix, so it remains to be seen how much stretching room Sony Pictures’ content needs to create through its other portals. The deal meant the upcoming Spider-Man: Spider-prone sequel films, as well as other Spidey and Wayman installments, will land exclusively on Netflix after their theatrical release.
Sony says that future Jumanji and Bad Boys films, as well as Uncapped Adaptation, Morbius, Where Crades Sing, and Bullet Train will go to Netflix, along with some of the company’s straight-line streaming titles. Netflix will also be involved with the making of those films, while also licensing films from the vast collection.