Sony All Access pass for Planetside, EverQuest, and more delayed again
The new subscription provides access to many of Sony Online Entertainment's MMOs for one price.
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Sony Online Entertainment's All Access membership plan, which grants access to many of the company's MMOs for one price, has once again been delayed, this time until "on or about" April 29.
"We've moved the All Access date to April 29th," states a tweet sent out by SOE president John Smedley. "This is the most complicated change to our billing system ever, so we need to get it 100%."
The latest update to the official All Access FAQ seems less certain of that date, opting to say the membership is planned for launch "on or about April 29th." It was originally scheduled to hit earlier this month, but has now been delayed three times.
As first announced in January, All Access takes the place of individual memberships to SOE's games. For a single $15-per-month subscription, players get the highest tier memberships for all "eligible" SOE games on PC, a list which consists of Planetside 2, DC Universe Online, and upcoming MMOs like EverQuest Next and Everquest Next Landmark, in addition to classic titles EverQuest, EverQuest II, and Vanguard: Saga of Heroes. Dragon's Prophet will also eventually be a part of All Access, but specifics for that game are still being worked out.
In addition to access to the various games, All Access members will receive a monthly allotment of 500 Station Cash (used to purchase various in-game items and bonuses, depending on the game), a 10% discount on marketplace purchases, and the benefits of unspecified promotions that will take place throughout the year. PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 players will not be able to make use of the All Access pass, save for the 10% marketplace discount.
As is often the case with MMO subscriptions, discounts will be offered to members who opt for long-term plans (with 3-, 6-, and 12-month plans being available). Existing memberships for any of the participating games will be converted into All Access subscriptions once they become available.
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