Xbox GamePass It has become the great benchmark in the video game industry when it comes to subscription services for offering access to an extensive catalog of games for a modest monthly price. The competition is ready to start the battle and now, however, we have learned that the Sony’s new subscription service won’t have the most successful feature of Xbox Game Pass. This has been made known by the Bloomberg media, which Explain what spartacus (code name of the PlayStation service) will be presented next week and has already revealed the first details about how it will work and what it will offer to subscribers.
According to this medium, Spartacus will be a kind of mix between PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now, Sony’s two current subscription services, but one that will be missing the most basic feature that has made Game Pass a global hit. We talked about the exclusive video games of the platform arrive launch to the catalog at no additional cost to users. Game Pass subscribers do benefit from this feature as shown by games like Halo Infinite, Forza Horizon 5, Gears 5, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Psychonauts 2 or Age of Empires IV, among many others, as well as third-party title releases.
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The information handled by Bloomberg ensures that Spartacus will not add the great PlayStation premieres at launch. The example referenced in particular is God of War Ragnarok, who is assured that he will not be in the service from the first day. Apparently, Spartacus will have different subscription levels depending on the fee that the user decides to pay, but none of them will have access to the platform’s exclusives at its launch. Xbox Game Pass, if confirmed, will continue to be the only video game service that offers this feature so loved by fans.