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Pay much more for playing a bit earlier – this new emerging trend is alarming

As different as they are, Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Forza Horizon, FIFA 19, and the new Tomb Raider have something in common. You could play all of them earlier than others. But there was a catch – you had to pay extra. And this practice doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon.

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InKnight7s26d ago

Meanwhile selling Switch at MSRP price is considered an amazing offer. PATHETIC.

CDbiggen25d ago

What's that got to do with this article?

Segata26d ago

Is this how they trick people into paying $80 Us Dollars for games next gen? Then I will get every game used.

princejb13426d ago

if games cost $80 next gen i will problably quit console gaming

Sokol26d ago

Games have been priced at 79.99$ in Canada for almost six years now.

It won't change anything.. Sadly.

princejb13426d ago

@sokol sorry to hear that its been $60.00 in the US. If it goes up in the US it will probably go up in canada also

sawoosevens26d ago (Edited 26d ago )

With their current practices bringing up prices is not practical unless they remove MT and get back to making awesome games like the old days I'm still at a complete loss as to how our technologies has come so far and our games have become hot pieces of garbage of course some games are exceptions. Only games I feel okay with $ 80 towards are all made by Sony and that's me thanking them for providing me with the true gaming experience from when I was young when games we're actually fun.

sawoosevens26d ago (Edited 26d ago )

If they remove MT and actually make games fun again like they used to I'll gladly pay $ 80 for game hell I already do that for Sony's games.

Jinger26d ago

As long as the early access is just an additional feature of the edition that comes with the season pass and all that then I'm fine with it. But I'm not going to pay extra JUST for early access.

AK9126d ago

Don’t buy it, speak with your wallets not your words.

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