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Tuesday, 18 June 2013 07:46

Xbox One titles to stay at $60 USD

Written by David Stellmack

At least for Microsoft Studio titles

While it isn’t clear how much weight this decision will carry, Microsoft has confirmed that they will not be raising the price of Xbox One titles in development from Microsoft Studios. It is not known if other publishers will follow Microsoft’s lead in holding the price at $59.99 USD.

An analyst we spoke with told us, “I think the announcement from Microsoft is just an attempt to pacify fans by not raising prices.” We have to agree, and we are not so sure that other publishers are going to want to hold the pricing at $60 USD when the development costs continue to rise.

Right now, it seems no other publisher wants to talk price of titles just yet. We will have to see how this plays out when Sony confirms what they expect to charge for titles on the PlayStation 4 going forward.

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