Sony is beefing up its PlayStation Plus subscription service with new plans and a wider selection of games for players to stream or download.

Sony confirmed it will combine the current PlayStation Plus service with PlayStation Now,

where players can stream a variety of games for a monthly price, into one larger platform.

Starting this June, PlayStation Plus will offer video game console owners three options:

an entry-level Essential plan, along with Extra and Premium plans.

The Essential plan will cost $59.99 a year or $9.99 a month.

The Extra plan will cost $14.99 a month ($99.99 annually),

and the Premium plan costs $17.99 a month ($119.99 a year).

"Our focus is on providing high-quality, curated content with a diverse portfolio of games," said Jim Ryan,

president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, in a statement.

Here's a breakdown of what some plan offers:

PlayStation Plus Essential The entry-level plan will work just like the current subscription, providing consumers two free monthly

downloadable games as well as exclusive discounts. Subscribers also get cloud storage for saved games,

as well as access to online multiplayer modes for all games including "Fortnite" and "Call of Duty."

PlayStation Plus Extra The Extra plan offers everything in the Essential option but also features access to up to 400 games

from the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 libraries available to download.