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The Spartacus project is almost ready and will focus on the classic games, but not the full ones, for Grubb – Nerd4.life

According to rumors, VentureBeat reporter Jeff Grob said Spartacus projectPlayStation Game Pass, approx ready to go. Not only that, but he also starts to focus a lot on him Classic titles.

Of course it is right to take everything with a grain of salt, because we are talking about indiscretion. However, there is now increased talk of Project Spartacus and many are betting that Sony is about to prepare for the official announcement.

Grob: “The launch is probably approaching and something is likely to happen by the end of the month. I don’t mean general, but I mean internal milestones in the development of the project.”

According to Grubb, Spartacus will have three price ranges, the highest of which is $16 per month: “It’s currently called Essential, Extra, and Premium. Prices may be placeholders, but should cost: Basic $10 per month. $13.” Extra month and $16 a month Premium.”

What will the players from the different teams get? “For the premium version of $16 a month… will you get full games? Not really… it will be like EA Play. You will get to experience the full games. I don’t know if this will apply to all upcoming games, but it seems That that will be the case. Plus you’ll get classic games and live streaming. None of the other teams will have cloud streaming.”

Grubb isn’t quite sure what classic games mean, but he says it’s one of the biggest offerings in the Premium collection.

The additional scope should instead include a catalog of about 250 to 300 downloadable games, those currently on PlayStation Now: “There will be no cloud service, but you will get 300 games to download.” We imagine that they will also be included in the Premium group. Basic, finally, would be something like “PlayStation Plus with monthly games similar to the current game”.

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Grubb concludes by saying he doesn’t know the annual pricing for the various Project Spartacus teams.