Sony has announced that they’ll be teaming up with Spotify to launch a new streaming music service called PlayStation Music this coming spring. This service will replace Music Unlimited and will be launching in 41 markets including the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Brazil.
Launching the new service on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 game consoles, users can now link their PlayStation ID to their Spotify account in order for them to have an easier sign-up process and enable them to stream music while playing games. Furthermore, PlayStation Music will also be available in number of Xperia smartphones and tablets.
Prior to the launch of PlayStation Music, Music Unlimited service will then be closed in all the 19 countries it is available this March 29, 2015. With this, Sony plans to give active Music Unlimited users free access to the service from Feb. 28, 2015 until its closure.
Source: PlayStation Blog, Craveonline (Image)