Rumor: PlayStation planning a new subscription service with classic PS1, PS2, PS3 games & more

    PlayStation might be finally looking into their catalog of games ranging from the original PS1 to the PS3 (Thanks, Nibellion). According to a new rumor, the company is planning a new subscription service codenamed Spartacus that merges PlayStation Plus and PS Now together. The service will also have a catalog of PS1, PS2, PS3 and PSP games to access. There are various tiers for this subscription with tier 1 being PlayStation Plus, tier 2 including select PS4 and PS5 games & tier 3 including access to the aforementioned classic games. Sony is also investing more into cloud gaming which may play a role in the new subscription service. Spartacus is rumored to launch in Spring 2022.

    Like previously reported rumors, it’s worth taking a grain of salt since none of this information is directly confirmed by Sony. Fans will have to wait a bit longer as 2021 comes to a close. In the meantime, stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news and updates!

    Support us over on Patreon!
    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email: [email protected]

    Latest articles

    Splatoon 3 modes and gameplay detailed; Splatfest demo announced for August 27

    The Tale of Onogoro releases in Fall 2022 for SteamVR

    Little Noah: Scion of Paradise DLC 1 is available now, features Princess Connect! Re:Dive avatar

    Load More

    Related articles

    Ads Block Detector Powered by

    It seems like you're using an ad blocker.

    Here at Final Weapon, we strive to create the best no-nonsense content focusing in specifically on Japanese Gaming. We heavily rely on our partners through advertisements in order to continue keeping the site up. 

    If you'd like to support us and assist in keeping the website up and running, please consider turning off your ad blocker.