So according to Eurogamer, Sony's planning to revamp PlayStation Plus and this will be revealed during their press conference at E3.
Multiple sources have indicated that part of Sony's E3 press conference, set for Monday 4th June, will be devoted to running through the revamp, which is designed to help convince more people to sign up to the premium subscription service.
One of the ways Sony will do this is by giving subscribers top tier games for free, and implementing proper integration with PS Vita. Plus on Vita will offer Vita exclusive titles and DLC and cloud services that mean you won't have to connect the handheld to a PlayStation 3 or a PC to back up saves and other content.
Also, if an earlier user survey becomes reality, subscription options for PSN+ will be increasing in price:
One possible tier would offer 61 new "A" quality games a year, but with only one PS3 release a week. Sony's suggested price would be a $7.99 (about a fiver) monthly fee, with three-month and yearly price plans also available. Another option offers 80 games a year, mostly "C" and "B" quality, for $10 a month (about £6). Titles would be at least a year old, although 10 full PS3 releases would be offered every week.
So I decided to get a 3 month subscription to PSN+ just in case something awesome happens, and I must say that I'm enjoying its offers. Awesomenauts, Rock of Ages and Trine 2 all currently available for me for free (plus a bunch of other free stuff) as well as other free games that will be available in the future? Not bad. True, the completely free products essentially "expire" along with your subscription, but I think it's still a good deal and there are a lot of deals available to PSN+ members, of which won't expire when purchased.