PS Plus June 2017 with Sony’s new promise

By Alan Ng - May 26, 2017

We know that many PS Plus subscribers have been unhappy lately with the quality of games being offered on the service, compared to Microsoft who have been very impressive with their Xbox Games with Gold free games each month.

Now it looks like Sony has listened and are planning to take swift action to remedy this. A Global PlayStation Meeting was held this week, and Sony CEO Kaz Hirai specifically highlighted PS Plus as one key area in which needs to be improved.

When speaking in the meeting, he said that PS Plus content needs to be ‘enhanced’ and that it needs to be made ‘more appealing’ to subscribers.

Here is a transcript of the meeting as evidence:


Is this a sign of good things to come? More importantly, does it mean that Sony will delay the announcement of PS Plus for June 2017 to improve the quality so that subscribers are happier?

Either way, it can only be great news moving forward with Sony now addressing that PS Plus needs to be better.

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