PlayStation Y Xbox They will always be eternal rivals, but their followers are perfectly segmented.

The truth is that both companies, although they compete, offer very different things and that is what makes each one unique.

However, it appears that Sony plans to offer something similar to Xbox Game Pass, the subscription service you have Microsoft for gaming.

The growth of Xbox Game Pass has been exponential, especially in 2020, so it wouldn’t be surprising if PlayStation decided to launch a similar service. While it already exists PlayStation Now, the popularity of the proposal of Microsoft.

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In an interview with a portal called TASS, Jim Ryan, director of Sony Interactive Entertainment, hinted that in the future we will know the proposal of PlayStation to compete with Xbox Game Pass.

Ryan was asked how they intended to respond to Game Pass and the manager pointed out that there is news on the way.

In fact, news is on the way, but not today. We have PlayStation Now, which is our subscription service and is available in various markets, “he explained ambiguously.

While he did not specify what his plans would be about, he at least hinted that Sony yes he is working on it and he might soon surprise you with more details about it.

For now, it is not known if it would be a completely new service or if it is planned to improve PlayStation Now It is not yet worldwide, but its scope is limited.

It is still a far cry from the huge catalog of the competition, Xbox Game Pass, with more than 200 titles as the library of EA Play, but titles like Uncharted 4, God of War, Ratchet & Clank, Days Gone, InFamous: Second Son, The Last Guardian, Resident Evil 7 O Bloodborne can be played for free and without limit on PS5 provided that we are members of the loyalty service of Sony.

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