Sony will raise the price of some of its first-party PS5 games to $70 USD, an increase from the usual price of $60 USD.
“Our own Worldwide Studios titles will be priced from US$49.99 to US$69.99 (RRP) on PS5,” Sony today advised. European pricing has also been confirmed to reach €80.
Update: Sony Australia has confirmed that local prices will go as high as $124.95 AUD, with Spider-Man Miles Morales Ultimate Edition, Destruction AllStars and Demon’s Souls hitting that price point.
The news came as Sony confirmed the following titles as PS5 launch titles, arriving on 12 November alongside the PS5 itself:
- Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
- Call of Duty Black Ops: Cold War
- Demon’s Souls
Sony has also confirmed that three first-party titles — Miles Morales, Sackboy A Big Adventure and Horizon Forbidden West — will also release on the PS4. Each of the titles will offer up a free upgrade path to PS5.
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