As of now, Xbox Game Pass does­n’t real­ly have any com­pe­ti­tion on oth­er sys­tems. PlaySta­tion Now’s stream­ing ser­vice has no same-day launch offer­ing for Sony’s games or nowhere near the same selec­tion. How­ev­er, accord­ing to the orig­i­nal God of War direc­tor, that could be chang­ing in some way. It isn’t clear what form it will take exactly.

In a YouTube stream on April 8th spot­ted by VGC, God of War and Twist­ed Met­al devel­op­er David Jaffe said staff at Sony let him know about a “coun­ter­punch” to Xbox Game Pass. He did admit that he does­n’t know what it would take to accom­plish this, nor does it sound like he knows when there will be an announcement.

Jaffe has­n’t worked at Sony since 2007, though he did con­tin­ue to work with PlaySta­tion exclu­sive­ly in the years after­wards. His most-recent game was Drawn to Death, which he also direct­ed, at The Bart­let Jone Super­nat­ur­al Detec­tive Agency. It was free for PlaySta­tion Plus at launch back in April 2017.

This is not the first time Sony (or some­one with infor­ma­tion) has teased a PlaySta­tion ser­vice that would chal­lenge Game Pass. Back in Novem­ber, Sony Inter­ac­tive Enter­tain­ment CEO Jim Ryan said there was “news to come” in regards to plans for a com­pet­i­tive ser­vice with Game Pass.

Build­ing some­thing resem­bling Game Pass will be dif­fi­cult, maybe even impos­si­ble, as stat­ed by Jim Ryan in the past. He said a Game Pass mod­el would not be “sus­tain­able,” adding it could cost over $100 mil­lion to create.