Sony has revealed that PlayStation Plus has lost 1.9 million subscribers after its relaunch. The service had 47.3 million users as of July this year, and was down to 45.4 million in September.
The number of monthly active PS Plus users is also in decline, with a recorded drop of 1 million people in the company’s latest financial report. However, revenue from subscriptions has grown by 10% – probably because of players paying higher tiers of the service.
Hiroki Totoki, Sony’s chief financial officer, admitted that the PS Plus renewal has not caused “a big boost as a whole.” He believes that better marketing can resolve the situation in the medium to long term.
The most complete level includes online multiplayer mode, at least 2 new games per month, cloud progress storage, catalog of titles for PS4 and PS5, PS Original and PSP, and the ability to try certain games for a limited time.
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