Experience Movie Magic on PlayStation: Sony Pictures Core for PS5 and PS4

Sony Pictures Core

The PlayStation experience is all about having multiple ways of getting entertained. And Sony is taking it to the next level. Formerly known as the Bravia Core app, the console giant has launched Sony Pictures Core to its gaming consoles. This will eventually allow gamers access to over 2,000 movies from their consoles.

While it may not sound like a big deal, Sony Picture Core does have a fantastic selection of movies. This includes recent hits like Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Uncharted, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Bullet Train, and more.

PlayStation Plus Premium and Deluxe Subscribers to Get More Out of the Sony Pictures Core

Although the Sony Pictures Core has a free tier, it brings some exciting features for the PlayStation Plus Premium and Deluxe subscribers. These subscribers will gain exclusive access to a whopping 100 movies as a part of the subscription. And the best part is that they will get a completely ad-free experience.

Movie Library

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Another great part about the Sony Pictures Core on PS4 and PS5 is that the movie catalog will be receiving regular updates. Sony has also hinted to offer more benefits to PlayStation Plus subscribers, which includes a selection of anime content from Crunchyroll.

Wondering how you can get access to the library of Sony Pictures Core? It’s already available for download in 23 markets where PlayStation is officially available. If you own a PS5, you can find the movie streaming feature in the Media section. On the other hand, it’s available in the PS Store for the PS4 users.

Sony Pictures Core app

If you can’t find it on your console, you’re likely in a region where Sony is not offering the service yet. But Sony could soon expand and start offering it in more regions. This move to expand and enhance Sony’s entertainment offerings comes after Sony recently adjusted prices for its PS Plus subscription tiers. That suggests the streaming feature could be part of the strategy to enhance the value of Sony’s subscription.

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