PlayStation announced that it will begin offering cloud streaming for compatible PlayStation 5 (PS5) digital games for PlayStation Plus (PS Plus) Premium users starting this month.

The Premium tier of PlayStation Plus represents the cloud gaming platform’s most advanced subscription, including all the benefits of the Essential and Extra tiers, plus additional features. Various exclusive games, including some for PlayStation 3 (PS3).

The company announced in June that it was conducting cloud streaming tests for compatible PS5 games; This means that subscribers can play these video games without having to download them to their consoles.

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Now PlayStation has confirmed that this feature will be available to users later this month. Some of the games that will be compatible with this new benefit for premium subscribers include ‘Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’, ‘Horizon Forbidden West’, ‘Mortal Kombat 11’ and ‘Saints Row IV’.

Premium subscribers will also have access to game trials. PS5 like ‘Hogwarts Legacy’, ‘The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Callisto Protocol’. Rounding out the top five and available for streaming are ‘Resident Evil 4’, ‘Genshin Impact’ and ‘Fortnite’, among others.

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PlayStation also announced that PS Plus Premium members will be able to enjoy downloadable content and in-game purchases while using the streaming feature.

It will also offer multiple resolution options, Audio enhancements including 4K, 1440p, 1080p and 720pand video capture and recording tools.

This streaming feature will be gradually rolled out regionally in Japan starting October 17th. This is expected They will arrive in Europe on October 23rd and finally in North America on October 30th.

Jenaro Wilhelm is an Argentine name who lives in Switzerland and produces content about his life in this European country on TikTok for his audience of over a hundred thousand followers.

In one of his latest videos, the influencer shared information about how long he needs to work in Switzerland to buy luxury goods such as PlayStation 5 or iPhone 15 Pro Max.

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Jenaro announced that he earns 33 Swiss Francs (CHF) per hour on his TikTok account.
To buy a PlayStation 5 priced at CHF 419, you only need to work for a day and a half, assuming an eight-hour day. It will take five days of work to obtain the iPhone 15 Pro Max, which has 256 GB capacity and costs CHF 1,299.

To put it in perspective, the price of a PlayStation 5 in Colombia ranges from $3,000,000 to $3,500,000, and the minimum monthly salary is $1,160,000. This means that someone earning minimum wage in Colombia would have to work for about three months to buy it. Jenaro, on the other hand, can purchase 40 PlayStation 5s in the same period.

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A Colombian earning minimum wage in the example of the 256 GB iPhone 15 Pro Max, priced at $6,898,960 in Colombia I’ll have to work for about six months to buy it. Jenaro, on the other hand, was able to buy 24 times in the same period.

It is worth noting that Jenaro earns slightly more than the minimum wage in Switzerland (CHF 25 per hour).. However, even a minimum wage earner would take a little more than two business days to save up to purchase the products in question.

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Additionally, Wilhelm stated that he bought a second-hand Ford Fiesta for CHF 4,000 and that he only had to save 15 days of his salary to raise the money. He also stated that if he wanted to buy a high-end car that costs around CHF 20,000, he would have to work for 75 days, which would be almost the same as a Colombian earning minimum wage buying a PlayStation 5.

Despite this data, many internet users criticized Jenaro, arguing that these costs did not reflect how expensive living in Switzerland is; Those who visited as tourists claimed that basic products were overpriced.

However, Wilhelm explained that although the prices of products such as coffee or lunch are higher than in other European countries such as Spain, salaries are also quite high in Switzerland. Therefore, living in Switzerland is not expensive, but going on holiday is expensive.

*This content was rewritten with the help of artificial intelligence, based on information published by Europa Press, and reviewed by a journalist and editor.

Source: Exame

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