EA's PS4 & Xbox One games will cost £54.99

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Posted 1:34pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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EA's PS4 & Xbox One games will cost £54.99
Only third-party publisher to confirm next-gen prices.

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Posted 1:34pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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And there we have it. DRM-gate circumvented by artificialy high new game price. GG EA you saviour and bastion of gaming and gamers. -_-
Posted 1:35pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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Over half a ton for a videogame is just to much, there's no need to up the price as there already overpriced as it is. We wont even be able to choose one as a MOTM choice.
Posted 1:44pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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"Battlefield 4, Need For Speed Rivals, FIFA 14, NBA Live 14 and Madden 25"

Paying more money for a game you've already played a thousand times. Easy response from me. £54.99 = no purchase Smile
Posted 1:48pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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Welp that day one purchase is no longer happening.
Posted 2:17pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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Recently, EA increased the RRP of their games in India on origin PC. Originally the prices in for games most in India where around the 1500 Ruppes (£17) because the market is small and needed an incentive to sell. Now EA games are more in line with western prices, because people from the west buying were games via the Indian origin store at a cheaper price, legally.

So now they've cut that loop hole out, they're are increasing the RRP of games here as well... Obviously RRP isn't indicative of the actual price in store or online, but this isn't a good sign.

I wasn't interested in anything EA was releasing soon anyway.
Posted 2:22pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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There is know way in hell I would ever pay over £50 for a standard game! Ever!! This gen, next gen, next next gen or generation x so hope the shops stay at the current price and thank god Xbox went bk on its Drm.
Posted 2:28pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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EA are really making some bad decisions as of late they really need to shut the hell up and let the ***** storm they have rallied to settle
Posted 2:35pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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i dont think ive seen a game sell for more than £40 unless it was cod, and even then it was £45.
when did £50 come in?
Posted 2:46pm on Tue 9 July 2013
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i dont think ive seen a game sell for more than £40 unless it was cod, and even then it was £45.
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Videogame have an RRP in the UK of £50 for home consoles, but most stores, both on and offline, tend to sell games for for less then that, on average about £40. COD's RRP is £55 so if it sells for £45, then mostly likely all EA games will be £45 as well from now on.
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