Grabbed this from pstrophies.org. Personally I'm digging it.
Sony are looking into the possibility of changing the PlayStation Plus subscription system, introducing multiple tiers and even offering access to Call of Duty: Elite through the service.
It all stems from a Sony-led survey that asks users to pick from a number of options, suggesting that PS Plus could split into three tiers, with a number of different suggested options and bonuses.
One of the packages could offer 61 games per year; compromised of 40 PSN titles, 20 “Classic Arcade Games and PS1 Classics” and just one “Full (Blu-Ray) Game.” That would cost $7.99 monthly, $17.99 for 3-months or $49.99 annually.
Another of the three packages could offer 70 games per year; compromised of 40 PSN titles, 20 “Classic Arcade Games and PS1 Classics” and 10 “Full (Blu-Ray) Game.” That would cost $9.99 monthly, $24.99 for 3-months or $59.99 annually.
You can see all of the suggested variants in the image below, courtesy of IGN. You will note that the only option for Call of Duty: Elite subscriptions is locked on “No,” yet its presence suggests it may well be an option further down the line.
Responding to questions about the survey, Sony said “We have nothing specific to announce at this time, but PlayStation Plus continues to delight gamers with free games, huge discounts and exclusive gaming features that can’t be found on other platforms.”