The PlayStation Plus Video Pass Looks To Have Leaked

VGC is reporting that Sony looks set to announce PlayStation Plus Video Pass after several graphics for the upcoming service were leaked on PlayStation’s Polish website. The listing detailing the service has now been removed but an image still remains HERE. 

When translated, the listing said:

“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.”

It looks as though the PlayStation Plus Video Pass will provide PlayStation Plus users with free access to Sony produced movies. The three listed on the website were Zombieland, Venom and Bloodshot which are all Sony produced movies.

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PlayStation PLus Video Pass

So far, it looks like the service is set to last for a year, but it’s unclear if it will continue beyond that or just be a shorter term PlayStation Plus incentive.

We’ve known for some time that Sony has been looking for ways to bolster it’s PlayStation Plus service, to make it better value against the likes of Xbox Game Pass. The PlayStation Plus Collection that launched alongside the PS5 was just one of these initatives.

If Sony announces the PlayStation Plus Video Pass, we will let you know.