Does PlayStation Now be about to disappear?

Xbox Game Studios is a Department of American Software Application Concerning Microsoft, which is accountable for the growth as well as magazine of video game for the Windows operating system and also the internal game consoles of the Xbox brand name. The area serves as a video game author. Previous names of the division were Microsoft Gaming (2000-2001), Microsoft Game Studios (2001-2011) and also Microsoft Studios (2011-2019). The Xbox Game Studios release video games of numerous programmer workshops coming from Microsoft, such as Moving Studios, Rare, Ninja Concept, Inside Entertainment, Bethesda Game Studios or Obsidian Enjoyment, yet also release video games from independent designer workshops.

Is PlayStation Now is about to disappear and be replaced by a new subscription service and an appropriate Xbox Game Pass competitor? Not only seems that this is what is happening, but it seems that it could be happening very soon, and PlayStation Plus could join as a victim. Since last year, there have been reports and rumors that claim that PlayStation was working on a new subscription service, whose code name is Spartacus, which would combine significantly PS NOW and PS plus in a single subscription service. These reports have not yet been validated by any official news, however, a new development seems to indicate that this is not only happening, but is imminent.

On the other side of the Atlantic Ocean in the United Kingdom, retailers have been informed that stop selling PlayStation NOW subscription cards at the end of the month. Now, this could indicate that a PlayStation NOW price change is imminent, but given the aforementioned rumors, it seems more likely to be preparing for Spartacus, the name in the subscription service.

As for what Spartacus will be, it apparently is an answer to Xbox Game Pass, but it is not exactly Xbox Game Pass either. According to the previous reports and those mentioned above, it will allow PlayStation users to pay a monthly fee to access a large game library in several generations of PlayStation consoles.

At the time of publication, Sony, who never referred to the initial reports, has not commented on this new report on the PlayStation Now cards that withdrew from the shelves in the United Kingdom and the speculation he has created. If this changes, we will make sure to update the story accordingly.

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