Why PlayStation Plus Neo Leak is Fake and Not Sony’s Game Pass Rival

A leak has surfaced for a subscription service called PlayStation Plus Neo, but fans will be pleased to hear it’s fake and not an accurate representation of Sony’s Xbox Game Pass competitor Project Spartacus.

It’s a really exciting week for PlayStation loyalists. Not only will the free games for next month be confirmed soon, but they will Bloomberg reports that Sony’s Game Pass competitor is also set to be announced.

Reports of the upcoming reveal are both exciting and a little disappointing, but fans will be pleased to know it won’t be as outrageous as a leak suggests.

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Why the PlayStation Plus Neo leak is fake

One of the reasons why PlayStation Plus Neo leak is fake because silver tier is $29.99 every 3 months and then $24.99 above add to cart option.

Apart from inconsistent prices, Reddit User Gaarawoods18 also notes that the R in silver has faded. Additionally, user Crayolacolours416 adds that the text is different in the Platinum tier, which you can see from the 9s in $59.99.

Aside from an inconsistent design and pricing, there are also four tiers that contradict reports from Jason Schrier and jeff grub. Both claim that there will only be three levels.

Finally, it also says that the service will go live on April 7th. Sony’s PlayStation Blog Post for PS Plus March 2022 confirms that the next batch of freebies will be available on April 5th and it wouldn’t make sense for Neo to launch two days later.

Rumored revelation

The Project Spartacus reveal is rumored to be confirmed later this week.

This rumor comes courtesy of Bloomberg. While not announced, we assume the reveal could happen on March 30th, as that’s when the free PS Plus games are announced for April 2022.

Project Spartacus is simply a code word, but it’s been billed as Sony’s answer to Xbox Game Pass. However, this may be misleading as Sony will not be offering free day-one releases for mega games like God of War Ragnarok.

In other news, the April 2022 PS Plus leak has the price and tiers of Project Spartacus

https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2022/03/28/playstation-plus-neo-leak-fake/ Why PlayStation Plus Neo Leak is Fake and Not Sony’s Game Pass Rival

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