Disney+ launch will be a week early in Europe. It was expected for Disney to start its streaming service on March 31, but the company announced that it will be available on March 24.
How much will Disney+ cost in Europe?
The company also announced the price, it will start from 6,99 euros and there will also be an annual package.
A year’s worth of Disney+ will be for 69,99 euros, which almost saves two months’ fee.
The European launch dates for Disney+
On March 24, the streaming service will launch in the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland and Ireland.
People in Belgium, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark have to wait till summer though.
The content on Disney+
Disney + customers will receive the content from Disney Studios, Pixar, Marvel and the Star Wars movies. It also includes the 20th Century Fox range, including the successful series The Simpsons. National Geographic content will also be available.
More content planned specifically for Disney+ will follow later. In the USA, the range of Disney+ is currently significantly smaller than of Prime Video or Netflix – this is not expected to change fundamentally until the launch in Europe. The What’s On Disney Plus blog reported today that there are currently more than 300 Disney+ content owned by the studio in the United States. It is expected that this content will be added in the coming weeks and months.