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 Video Pass Leaks, Subscribers Get Movie Access

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.