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EA's PS4 games are £8 more on the UK PlayStation Store


9:30 AM on 11.25.2013
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It looks like folks over in the UK could be paying more than the normal price for EA's PlayStation 4 games. Eurogamer posted a list of the prices for EA's PlayStation 4 games, and they were £8 then the prices for the same titles on the Xbox One. For example, Need for Speed: Rivals is £62.99, FIFA 14 is £62.99, and Assassin's Creed IV is £57.99.

So for all of our American readers, that puts EA's next-gen titles around $102, which is completely insane. Eurogamer also pointed out that other companies are charging more for the PlayStation 4 versions, like Ubisoft. These prices are being set by the publishers, and not Sony, so if you are upset about this direct your hate towards them. I can't imagine spending that kind of money on a game.

EA PS4 games cost an eye-watering £63 from PlayStation Store [Eurogamer]






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