PlayStation Poland inadvertently filters PlayStation Plus Video Pass, a new cinema service

PlayStation Plus Video Pass

A few hours ago, the Playstation Poland website released an ad for PlayStation Plus Video Pass, a new cinema service.

The novelty barely remained active for a few minutes and disappeared suddenly. But on the Internet, you can't hide anything. The Videogames Chronicle website was able to take screenshots of this mysterious new Sony option.

In the service description, you could read: "A new benefit available for a limited time on PlayStation Plus... PS Plus Video Pass is an active test service from 22.04.21 to 22.04.22. The subscription benefit is available to PS Plus users in Poland." It was accompanied by this image:

PlayStation Plus Video Pass: Video on Demand on Sony's subscription? - Tech  Buzz

In the image, you can see three Sony Pictures movies: Venom, Zombieland, and Bloodshot.

There's no more information, so from here there's only speculation left. What is PlayStation Plus Video Pass?

Everything points to the new cinema service that will be integrated into PlayStation Plus, the Sony subscription service needed to play online on PS3, PS4, and PS5 consoles.

Until now, in addition to the online game, this service gave away several games per month that you could stay while you pay for the subscription. Everything points out that this Video Pass is the same, but with movies: Sony could give away some movies from its catalog every month, to which they pay the subscription.

It makes sense because just a few weeks ago Sony announced that it will stop selling movies and series on PlayStation Store, which very few people buy now that they are on Netflix, HBO, etc. So the logical thing is that it either debuts a streaming system or takes advantage of its immense cinematic catalog in promotions like giving away movies on PlayStation Plus.

Everything points out that Sony wants to strengthen your subscription, due to the popularity of the Xbox Game Pass, which in addition to giving away games has additional options to play more than 100 unlimited games, or the xCloud service to play on mobile or on an old PC through the cloud

Interestingly, Microsoft launched the xCloud beta for PC and iOS yesterday.

The announcement indicates that it is an "atrial service" that will last a year, so we don't know if it will be carried out globally around the world, or only in certain countries like Poland. Since it is announced for the 22nd, tomorrow we will come out of doubt.

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