Microsoft Game Pass competition coming soon?
You are Rumors That Sony will soon launch a service that competes with Microsoft Game Pass is not new, and this new information reinforces doubts even more.
The new information comes from the UK, where PlayStation Now subscription service cards have begun to be withdrawn from store shelves.
discovered by the games, Thanks wccftech, indicating that retailers, including the game chain, have informed them that they have been directed to withdraw PlayStation Now cards from sale by January 21.
GamesBeat was able to access an internal statement from the play store chain, which states that “stores have until the end of Wednesday, January 19th to remove all POS and ESD cards from all customer-facing areas. And update your digital chipsets in line with this week.” Next commercial update…”.
Rumors of a new Sony service for the PlayStation ecosystem intensified, with some saying there would be a merger of PlayStation Now with PlayStation Plus, the adoption of the PlayStation Plus name for the new subscription service and the extinguishing of PS Now.
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