If you want to be able to play online games on your PlayStation console, chances are you might have already subscribed to Sony’s PlayStation Plus service. While this is more or less mandatory for online play, you could soon be getting a bit more value for your money in the form of videos.

This is according to a report from VGC in which they discovered a logo posted onto Sony’s PlayStation Polish website (see above) that suggests that a video service could soon be part of your subscription. The description, which was originally posted in Polish, read, “A new benefit available for a limited time on PlayStation Plus… PS Plus Video Pass is a trial service active 22.04.21 – 22.04.22. The subscription benefit is available to PS Plus users in Poland.”

However, Sony has since removed the logo and the description, suggesting that maybe this is an upcoming feature that they have yet to officially announce. What’s interesting about this is that it seems to be kind of like a change of heart from Sony. The company had previously stated that the PlayStation Store would stop selling/renting TV shows and movies, so this feature suggests that it could be coming back albeit in a different form.

It is possible that this new feature could allow Sony to offer its own movies for free via streaming as part of a PlayStation Plus subscription, giving gamers more value. Sony has yet to comment on it so we’ll have to wait and see.

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