Next-gen console games may see retail price rise to $69.99
Posted on: 7 juillet 2020, by : Stuart Dredge

There’s an ongoing debate about why the base cost of a music streaming subscription ($9.99 a month) hasn’t risen since 2008. What’s happening in adjacent entertainment markets?
The Washington Post reports that the recommended retail price (RRP) of major games is set to rise by 10 dollars when Sony and Microsoft release their next-generation consoles later this year.
The RRP is expected to rise from $59.99 – a price that’s been maintained since 2005 – to $69.99, with basketball game NBA 2K21 the first to break cover with the new price.
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