Wednesday,November 27, 2013
Electronic Arts’ official store has cut down pricing of PS4 titles by £3 after listening to negative feedbacks by consumers.
Before this price slash, the retail price for PS4 titles was a staggering £63. This obviously disappointed the gamers.
So EA has redone the pricing with Battlefield 4, FIFA 14 and Need For Speed: Rivals being priced for £59.99, which is a better price-point.
Though it is still unclear as to why without any specific reason, the Xbox One versions of the above games cost for £5 less than the PS4 counterparts.
Do you agree with EA’s pricing strategy for PS4 games?