There have been rumours floating about that Sony's subscription service "Project Spartacus" will finally be unveiled in April.
Spartacus will reportedly be a competitor to Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass, an all-for-one subscription service that bundles first and third party games, along with the ability to use Xbox Cloud Gaming and Xbox Live Gold included in the cost on consoles.Sony might have more in store than just Project Spartacus. In a cryptic tweet, Miller hinted at three rumours he had heard.
Man, looking like it might be a VERY interesting week for PlayStation if even one of the three rumors I’ve heard is true.
As such, we’re gonna delay recording PS I Love You XOXO until Thursday.March 27, 2022
While he didn't go into specifics, he stirred the hive enough for speculation to run rampant. Project Spartacus has been rumoured for a while now and Sony will apparently provide three-tier subscription plans to choose from, each providing various benefits.
Another rumour is that Sony might showcase PSVR2, which was announced at CES 2022 this year. The company might finally be ready to discuss price and availability of the product.
One more possibility is that Sony might announce Bloodborne for the PlayStation 5 and PC. There have been various rumours of a PC port of the popular souls-like PlayStation 4 game, to be in development at Blue Point studios, and apparently they already have a finished build of the remaster.