The revamped PlayStation Plus will debut in June for the Americas, Europe and Japan

The tiered subscription offer is set to arrive on May 23 in Asian markets outside of Japan

Sony today provided an update on its rollout of new PlayStation Plus subscription offers, saying they will first go live in Asian markets outside of Japan on May 23.

The new program is scheduled to launch for Japanese players on June 1, followed by North and South America on June 13, and Europe on June 22.

Additionally, the company is expanding its cloud streaming offering (part of the Premium PS Plus tier) to 11 new markets: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Republic of Cyprus, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia .

The new PS Plus offer includes three tiers: Essentials, Extra and Premium. Essentials is the same as the pre-existing PS Plus, with online play and two monthly downloadable games being the big pluses.

Those who pay for the Extra tier will also have access to a collection of 400 downloadable PS4 and PS5 games. The Premium tier includes the features of the lower tiers, but adds a range of games from older PlayStation systems and streaming from a catalog of games up to the PS4.

In markets where Sony does not offer live streaming, the Premium tier is replaced by a Deluxe tier which includes the same benefits, minus the streaming options.

For more on the strategy behind the redesign, check out last month’s interview with PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan.