Sony is looking to make big changes to its PlayStation Plus system in June, though details remain scarce. Possibly looking at new ways to please everyone, PlayStation announced plans to overhaul its current system ready for next month’s free instalments.
I’ve been subscribing to PS Plus ever since I bought my PS4 in summer last year. In that time there’s been about 4 months of games that simply haven’t appealed enough to download. I’m still a major fan of the service, it’s introduced me to a number of genres and titles I would never have otherwise purchased and allows a constantly refreshed library for when i’m itching for something new.
So while I don’t necessarily mind the 4 months of lacklustre offerings, the service has provided more than enough to keep me interested. The possibility of a system overhaul, then, is incredibly exciting.
Sony announced that they would be performing a major update on the way PS Plus operates, possibly rolling out in time for June 2017. Apparently, PlayStation is out to boost their subscriber numbers, implementing changes that will draw more players into the service. What this actually means though, is still up for debate.
Many say that Sony will begin offering PSVR titles in their PS Plus lineups, and while that’s almost definitely going to happen at some point, it’s worth remembering that a small percentage of players actually own the £500 gear. Not exactly in line with their crowd pleasing mentality.
We may well see an extra retro addition to our monthly haul. A PS2 or PS1 remaster, or even a classic PS3 title fresh from the PS Now stockroom. Whatever Sony are up to, it’s worth keeping an eye on PS Plus June 2017 news this week, as more information will come to light in the next few days.