Sony has finally spilled (some) of the beans on its overhauled PS Plus service, just a few weeks out from its various regional launch dates. It's revealed (some) of the games that'll be available to subscribers through its new PS Plus tiers, Extra and Premium, while also giving us (some) new information on what we can expect from PS Plus going forward. On a surface level, the reaction has been a bit mixed — but it's important to note that the game lists are far from finalised.
Still, we want to know where you stand on the new PS Plus now that we know a lot more about it. We actually published a similar poll to this one back when Extra and Premium were first announced, in which 24 per cent of readers said it "looked good at first glance", while 21 per cent said that they needed more info before deciding.
In the end, things were unsurprisingly split, with 28 per cent of readers ready to commit to Premium (or Deluxe, as it's going to be known in countries without the ability to stream PS3 titles) — the most expensive tier. 27 per cent said they'd go for Extra, while 34 per cent were happy to stick with Essential — that's the existing PS Plus, just renamed.
But it'll be interesting to see whether your opinion of the new tiers has changed. Where do you stand on Premium and Extra now? Have you been convinced to up your subscription? Let us know in our new polls, and then explain yourself in the comments section below.