With the arrival of the new playstation plus In just a couple of weeks, fans have started doing what they do best, comparing this service to its competitors. Currently, the three big companies in the industry offer a subscription platform that gives you access to different benefits. Thus, a fairly comprehensive list has been created that tells us what the differences and similarities are between the new PS Plus, Xbox Game Pass and Nintendo Switch Online.
Through Reddit, the user known as JadedUse2940 shared a table that puts things like price, benefits, backwards compatibility and many more face to face between Nintendo, PlayStation and Xbox services.
-PlayStation: Essential, Extra and Premium/Deluxe (in certain regions)
-Xbox: Xbox Game Pass for console, PC Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.
-Nintendo: Switch Online, Switch Online + Expansion Pack.
-PlayStation: Essential $9.99 per month and $59.99 per year. Extra $14.99 per month and $99.99 per year. Premium $17.99 per month and $119.99 per year
-Xbox: Console $9.99 dollars per month and $119.9 dollars per year. PC $9.99 per month and $119.99 per year. Ultimate $14.99 per month and $177.99 per year.
-Nintendo: Switch Online $3.99 per month and $19.99 per year. Switch Online + Expansion Pack $49.99 per year
-PlayStation: PS4 and PS5 with Extra and Premium. PS1, PS2, PS3 (via cloud) and PSP with Premium.
-Xbox: Original Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S with Game Pass and Ultimate. PC with PC Game Pass.
-Nintendo: NES and SNES with Switch Online and Expansion Pack. Nintendo 64 and SEGA Genesis with Expansion Pack.
-PlayStation: PS4 with disc. PS1, PS2, PS3 (through the cloud) and digital PSP.
-Xbox: original Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One with disc and digital.
-Xbox: EA Play.
Game tests or demos:
-PlayStation: Yes, with PS5.
-Xbox: Yes, with Xbox Series X|S.
-PlayStation: Yes, for PS4 and PS5.
-Xbox: Yes, for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
Games day one:
One more time, It is clear that Xbox Game Pass is one of the best offers today. However, each one has something attractive for users of their respective consoles. In related topics, here we tell you EVERYTHING you need to know about the new PS Plus. Similarly, you can enjoy classic games without paying for this service.
At the end of the day, it all depends on how you use each service. Personally, I can say that it got more out of Switch Online and Xbox Game Pass than PlayStation Plus, and considering what the new service includes is not that attractive, at least so far, I don’t think things will change for me.