The merged Playstation Plus and Playstation Now offerings will be coming “a little earlier in select markets in Asia”, in a new update from Sony Interactive Entertainment‘s President and CEO, Jim Ryan, through the Playstation Blog.
We’re rolling out our new offering for PlayStation Plus a little earlier in select markets in Asia, followed by Japan.
- Asia markets (excluding Japan) – targeting May 23, 2022
- Japan – targeting June 1, 2022
- Americas – targeting June 13, 2022
- Europe – targeting June 22, 2022
Additionally, we’re also expanding our cloud streaming access to the following locations for a total of 30 markets with cloud streaming access. The following markets will also offer the Premium tier from PlayStation Plus at launch: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Republic of Cyprus, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia.
We’ve been working on this massive global effort to provide flexible options, quality games and greater value for our members for quite some time now – and we’re just a few weeks away from our first regional rollout. We want to thank our PlayStation community for the ongoing support, and we’ll have more to share as we get closer to launch.
You can read about the regional pricings here. With Microsoft finally making headway in bringing Game Pass to Southeast Asia, getting the edge will certainly help.
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