One of the hottest streaming services is … once again … available on one of the hottest gaming consoles. That is, Disney+ can still be streamed on PlayStation 5 as part of a “relaunch,” Disney said today. (The same, too, goes for Star+ in Latin America.)
And, well, that’s pretty much it. You’ll still be able to watch all the Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, Nat Geo, and more on your
“A key part of our global expansion strategy is to meet consumers wherever they are, which is why we’re excited to enhance both Disney+ and Star+ for
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Disney+ sports some 152.1 million subscribers worldwide as of July 2, 2022, with 44.5 million of those in the U.S. and Canada.
The Disney+ subscription models are getting a bit of a shake-up later this year, with the addition of the advertising-supported tier. That model will run $8 a month, while the new “Premium” option (sans ads) will cost $11 a month, or $110 a year. You also will be able to get Disney+ and
The new options go live on December 8.
Those who have the legacy version of the Disney Bundle without advertising will be able to keep their $15-a-month subscriptions.
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