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PS5 Games Are Definitely More Expensive Than PS4 Games – Press Start Australia

From a first-party point of view at least, PS5 games are going to be more expensive than they were on PS4.
We got our first look at the first-party PS5 launch lineup today and it’s definitely beefier than expected, but it also brought confirmation that first-party PS5 games are going to be more expensive.
Games such as Demon’s Souls and Destruction AllStars will have an RRP of $124.95 in Australia. Miles Morales will have an RRP of $94.95 (which seems like a lot given the fact it’s a shorter t…

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