A Microsoft representative has confirmed with Joystiq that Xbox One titles in the UK will have the same suggested retail price as 360 games: £49.99.
“Microsoft first party games will cost £49.99, the same as Xbox 360 games currently,” the representative said.
Microsoft’s SRP on games they publish likely means that third-party publishers like Ubisoft, Activision and EA will follow suit. It’s also believed that retailers will likely bring that price down closer to £40.
It also is expected that pricing around the world will largely remain unchanged, with games likely to cost around $60 USD, and around the $80-$90 range in Australia.
Sony’s Jack Tretton said in an interview back in February that PS4 games will be around the $60 USD mark, but that has yet to be confirmed.
We’ve contacted Xbox Australia to get an official word on pricing in this country.
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