A new banner has attracted the attention of fans.
Yesterday Sony Interactive Entertainment released in the United States the new subscription tiers of the PlayStation Pluswith some users noticing the presence of The Last of Us: Part I on the first page of this new section of the PlayStation Store.
And this new banner appeared in the app to advertise the new service PS Plus immediately attracted the attention of users, with some of them convinced that the game could land as soon as it was launched within the levels Extra And Premium and the subscription service.
Instead for others it simply indicates that The Last of Us: Part I it will simply receive a time trial within the tier Premium, rather than offering the full version of the game from launch day. Having made this necessary clarification, this banner captured by the user Reddit u / darkoniacarcher shows in fact in plain sight the artwork of the game starring Joel and Ellie, all with the new logo of the PlayStation Plus in plain sight.
A banner from The Last of Us: Part I is causing PlayStation fans to argue
And this is actually a rather strange thing considering that at least for the moment Sony has not yet announced any kind of involvement of The Last of Us: Part I with the new subscription service. That said, however, it is definitely unlikely that the title will land in the two new subscription tiers since launch, while instead it is much more likely that this Part I. from The Last of Us can receive a time trial for subscribers to the PlayStation Plus Premium.
This in fact would certainly not be a surprise given that various titles of the Playstation Studios have already enjoyed a trial version in the new Plussuch as Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection and Horizon Forbidden West.
Instead regarding the inclusion of a game PlayStation since launching in a subscription service it is impossible not to remember the recent statements of Jim RyanCEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, who stated that this is a business that at least for the moment does not convince his company, since it would involve the loss of the typical quality of PlayStation-branded games.