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Growth in consumer spending on subscriptions like PS Plus is slowing



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Part of this generation’s discourse revolves around subscriptions, and Sony’s reluctance to offer its first-party release day one. PS Plus. Many felt that the PS5 would begin to fall behind its rivals due to its lack of value compared to competing services such as Xbox Game PassBut virtually all sugar is starting to take off—at least in America.

According to Sarcana analyst Matt Piscatella, “Subscription spending growth is slowing”. Obviously this does not mean that development is complete stopped, but this suggests that unless there is some dramatic change, this level is starting to close. Sony has emphasized from the start that PS Plus is a complementary revenue stream to its traditional business model, which is selling games at full price through retail and its digital storefront.

PS Plus has, over the past few years, topped out at around 50 million subscribers – although the platform holder has successfully increased the service’s revenue per member by introducing new, higher value tiers. PS Plus Extra And PS Plus Premium. It will appear, however, unless the trend changes dramatically in the coming months, subscription it can After all, the industry has no future. This makes sense to us, as video games are not as passive as television and music, where it is easy to consume large amounts of content in a short period of time.


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