Sony begins withdrawing PS Now cards from sale, anticipating Project Spartacus?

We’ve been waiting a while to talk about a potential competition program for Xbox Game Pass from Sony. All this became a little more concrete last month when we learned of the existence of the Spartacus project, revealed by a Bloomberg investigation, which would aim to merge PlayStation Plus with PlayStation Now to create a hybrid subscription, offered at three different levels. And with Sony beginning to withdraw PS Now cards from sale, this new subscription seems to be getting closer to becoming official.

A new subscription ready to invade stores?

VentureBeat thus confirms that in the UK it will no longer be possible to buy physical subscription cards for PS Now in stores, starting on January 21. As of this date, stores will have to withdraw these cards from sale, with no real reason being given apart from a PlayStation representative claiming that the manufacturer wants to focus on selling PlayStation gift cards, which is can be used to purchase a subscription to PS Now.

As confirmed by Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier for his part, PS Now cards were also removed from US stores a few weeks ago, suggesting the practice will spread across the globe. Probably to make way for the new subscription, which we are still awaiting official confirmation from Sony.

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