A removed listing on Polish PlayStation website suggests that PlayStation Plus members are soon going to get video content included with their subscriptions. It’s a move that would give Sony a service that Microsoft doesn’t offer to it’s Xbox Live Gold or Game Pass subscribers. Although, details are slim at the this time.
Spotted by VGC prior to being taken down, the listing on the Sony website says the PS Plus Video Pass service will be available to subscribers in the country (Poland) from tomorrow, April 22nd, until the same date in 2022. This would come right before Sony stops offering video content for sale via the PlayStation Store. The service appears to give access to big Sony movies like Venom and Zombieland: Double Tap.
PS Plus is already required to play most PS4 and PS5 online games, though you don’t need it to play free-to-play games. Microsoft just lifted this need from Xbox Live, bringing themselves more in-line with Sony. PS Plus also gives access to several free games each month, and since the PS5 launched, generally includes at least one PS5 game.