Sony is working on a new subscription plan to rival Xbox Game Pass, according to a report by Bloomberg.
The new subscription service, currently using the codename Spartacus, which is apparently aiming to launch sometime in Spring, will be available for both PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 users and will exist as a three-tier system.
The lowest tier would consist of the current known PlayStation Plus model, where players will receive two to three monthly titles and have the ability to play online. The next tier would add a large catalogue of titles for both PlayStation 4 and later down the line PlayStation 5 to download and play.
The highest tier, in its turn, would be a package consisting of both the aforementioned tiers, with on top of those the addition of extended demos, on-demand streaming and a retro gaming catalogue with titles that range from PlayStation 1 all the way to PlayStation Portable (but seemingly not including the PlayStation Vita).
Sony also aims to keep the PlayStation Plus brand, which celebrated its 10th anniversary last year. PlayStation Now, which was first made available for North America in 2014, is on its way out according to Bloomberg, as Sony wants to phase out the brand.