Sony has started a new survey asking PlayStation users for feedback on different potential plans for PlayStation Plus. The two most intriguing options are free new releases and Call of Duty Elite.
The survey aims to perfect PlayStation Plus with varying options, and takes 15 minutes to complete, as IGN notes. The survey starts with a base question to determine the most valuable item for a user’s ideal potential plan. New digital blu-ray releases and Call of Duty Elite are the two standouts in the proposed options in the survey. Currently, PlayStation Plus packs in discounts, free game trails (e.g. Battlefield 3), and free PSN games and items (avatars, themes, and such) for $49.99 a year, or $17.99 every three month.
As the image above indicates, different tiers (options) offer varying perks. It should be noted that a monthly option might be added to PS+. IGN also noted that some of the survey questions mentioned the possibility of subscribing to a yearly plan, but paying for it month to month rather than upfront.
Call of Duty Elite 2.0 is expected to launch along side Black Ops 2 this November. Be sure to keep an eye on our Black Ops 2 coverage as we inch closer to the official reveal.