SOE All Access scheme delayed, game updates may halt during launch period

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 23 April 2014 01:45 GMT

Sony Online Entertainment’s All Access membership plan has been delayed, and individual game updates may cease while the publisher launches the new scheme.

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The pass’s launch has been been pushed back to April 29, according to an announcement on the SEO forums, “in an effort to ensure that the transition to the new All Access membership plan is as seamless as possible”.

“Because of the portfolio-wide nature of this plan, this may prevent us from doing any individual game updates in EverQuest, EverQuest 2, Planetside 2, and DC Universe Online,” a representative added.

“These updates will resume normally after the All Access launch. We appreciate your patience and you’ll agree that our new membership offering is worth the wait.”

The All Access subscription allows players to reap all the benefits of individual premium memberships in all SOE’s games, with one regular payment of $15 per month.

Thanks, Polygon.

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