The all-new PlayStation Plus launches in India on June 22 while Sony announces the global launch

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Sony has finally confirmed release dates for its revamped PlayStation Plus gaming subscription service for various global regions. The plan is to launch the new PlayStation Plus first in Asian markets except Japan, followed later by America and Europe (including India). Additionally, the Japanese tech giant has announced that it will be expanding cloud streaming access to a total of 30 countries – unfortunately not India – by adding Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Poland, the Republic of Cyprus , Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. These locations will now also offer the premium tier of the PlayStation Plus service at launch.

According to the To update Posted by Sony on the Official PlayStation Blog, the new PlayStation Plus will arrive in Asia on May 23rd. However, the Japanese launch is scheduled for later on June 1st. This will be followed by a June 13 release in America and a June 22 release in Europe. As India is part of the European region for PlayStation, it will be one of the last countries to receive PlayStation Plus.

The new PlayStation Plus service includes three subscription tiers: PS Plus Essential, PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium. Sony has already announced the official prices for these subscriptions for global regions. Unconfirmed reports had then suggested that PS Plus Extra and PS Plus Premium could come in at Rs. 800 and Rs. 1,000 monthly but doubts have been raised about these prices ever since. Sony India has not yet commented. PS Plus Essential reportedly costs the same as the current PS Plus.

PS Plus Essential offers the same benefits as the current PS Plus membership. PS Plus Extra gives access to a catalog of up to 400 PS4 and PS5 games. The PlayStation Plus Premium subscription includes up to 740 games including PS3 games and games from older consoles such as PS2, PS1 and PSP.

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