Sony announced today that it will end Music Unlimited and, instead, will launch a service called PlayStation Music, which will use the Spotify architecture to bring music to PS 3 and 4, and to Xperia tablets and smartphones.
The owner of one of these devices will only need to log in to the service and his Spotify account will start to work there. On consoles, it will be possible to choose music to listen to simultaneously with the games.
In the 19 countries where Music Unlimited works, active users will receive 30 days of free access until March 29, when the service will be shut down.
Almost all of these places will be included in the first PlayStation Music debut phase, before the middle of the year, including the United States, Canada, Mexico and Brazil. Interested parties can apply on here to find out when the launch will be.
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