Sony is pulling PS Now cards from physical stores


By Ray Ampoloquio January 13, 2022

There has been rumors that Sony is planning on merging its PlayStation Now subscription service with PlayStation Plus under a different name.

Around the same time these rumors emerged, talks of Sony pulling PlayStation Now gift cards in the United States started popping up.

Now, it appears that Sony is making the move global as retailers in the UK are reporting the same thing as well.

GAME, a video game retailer based in the UK, sent a message to all its stories earlier this week.

The said message contained phrasing requiring all stores to stop selling all PS Now cards.

However, a Sony spokesperson later elaborated...

Sony wants to transition to "cash denomination PlayStation gift cards" that players can use to redeem for PlayStation Now and PlayStation Plus, among others.

However, fans aren't buying it, seeing as Jason Schreier believes that this is a sign that Sony is preparing to launch Spartacus.

Unfortunately, this is all just speculation. Until Sony makes an official announcement, it's best to take everything that you just read with a grain of salt.

Although, if you are a fan of Sony's PS Now service, we understand if you're holding out hope for Spartacus.