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Is ESPN Plus Coming To PS4?

Is ESPN Plus coming to PS4? The over-the-top video streaming service launched back in April 2018, and currently boasts over 3.5 million users as of November 2019. Now, folk are curious to know if an ESPN Plus PS4 release is on the cards. Let’s have a look and find out.


ESPN Plus is fully available to PS4 users, as well as Xbox One, via the ESPN app. The app is free to download and is available for the PlayStation Store, giving you access to a wealth of sports-related content.

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The free ESPN app lets you watch the best of ESPN on your PlayStation®4. Watch live games and studio shows 24/7 with access to ESPN+, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPNews, ESPN Deportes, SEC Network, SEC Network +, Longhorn Network, ACC Network Extra, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Buzzer Beater, and ESPN Bases Loaded.

You can also watch on-demand replays of games, shows and full length films, as well as clips of the latest news and highlights. Introducing ESPN+: Stream thousands of live sports events (including MLB, NHL, MLS, international soccer, college sports, boxing, tennis, rugby and more). Plus, get access to original shows or binge watch the entire 30 for 30 series.

ESPN Plus PS4 is now available via the ESPN app!

What Is ESPN Plus?

ESPN Plus is owned by Disney, and is a premium add-ons streaming service offering a range of sports coverage and events. The subscription service costs $4.99 per month, and there’s no contract, meaning you can cancel at any point you wish.

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Sports included in ESPN Plus are UFC Fight Night and PPV, Soccer, Tennis, MLB, NHL, College Sports, and Fantasy Football among others.

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