Xbox Game Pass has been a hit for Microsoft, and it looks like Sony is gearing up to respond with its own version of a universal game subscription service. According to Bloomberg, the company plans to combine PlayStation Plus and PlayStation Now in a new offering, expected to debut this spring.

The service, codenamed Spartacus, will likely be available on PS4 and PS5 for a monthly fee. It is unclear if players will be able to access it on other devices, although the report notes that Sony is investing more and more resources into cloud gaming. Xbox Game Pass Ultimate lets gamers immerse themselves in over 100 Xbox games through the cloud on consoles, PCs, phones, and tablets. Microsoft is also planning to release gaming streaming sticks for TVs.

It looks like Sony will ditch PlayStation Now but retain the PlayStation Plus branding. Sony may not have decided yet how Spartacus will work, but the service could have three tiers. The lowest tier will actually represent the PlayStation Plus as it stands, according to documents obtained by Bloomberg. The second level will add a “large catalog” of PS4 games, and PS5 games will be added at a later date.

The third and highest tier will include cloud gaming, extended demos and tons of older games for PS1, PS2, PS3 and even PSP. However, these plans may not have been approved yet.