Submitted by Shadowolf 190d ago | opinion piece

Bethesda and 2K’s New Game Bundles Might Get Overlooked Due To Free PS Plus Content

With both bundles valued at $29.99, it seems obvious the titles within each bundle have been strategically aligned in an effort to draw interest from the current Playstation Plus game content offer which at the moment allows Plus members to digitally download both Bioshock Infinite and Borderlands 2 for free. We see more Xbox 360 users jump on these bundle more so than PS3 users because of Plus. (BioShock: Infinite, Borderlands 2, Dishonored, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

DanielGearSolid  +   191d ago
install base vs the amount of ppl that have Ps plus is still pretty considerable. I don't think its a problem.... Besides I'm sure these devs care more about revenue than anything, and since Sony pays them to make the games free they can't be too unhappy about it
Shadowolf  +   191d ago
I couldn't agree more.

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