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The new PLAYSTATION NOW service could be available “Very soon”

A new iteration of Sony PlayStation Now could be available in the very close future. In recent months, rumors and reports have suggested that Sony will soon recreate PlayStation Now to compete more directly with Xbox Game Pass. This subscription platform, which according to the reports is called “Spartacus” internally in Sony, will provide users with the possibility of playing more old games that once appeared on the PlayStation platforms. And although Sony still has to confirm this information, it seems that we will not have to wait much more to learn something from the company.

According to a reporter of the videogame industry. Jeff Grubb, is expected that Spartacus test phases begin “very soon”. GRUBB today pointed out in a new tweet that he believes that these service test phases will be available to the public, which means that a suitable Sony announcement should first be produced. However, Grubb also noted that he is not sure that Sony can make this ad during the next PlayStation State of Play presentation that will take place tomorrow, March 9.

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It is worth noting that Grubb itself is not the only person who makes fun of PlayStation Now could be modified in the near future. In fact, some PS NOW subscribers even reported some strange events with their subscription in recent days, which could suggest that PlayStation Spartacus could soon be on their way. Again, it is difficult to know how credible it is much of this information at this time, but there has been a lot of smoke around the changes of PS Now for a prolonged period of time. As such, it seems that Sony will have something specific to say about it in the coming days or weeks.

What do you think about PlayStation Spartacus according to what we know so far? Are you going to subscribe to this new service every time it launch? Let me know in the comments or you can send me a message on Twitter a @ mooreman12.