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Ubisoft is keeping the $60 price for next-gen games in 2020

Ubisoft goes to cost $60 for its video games on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 in 2020. This is in keeping with the corporate’s (and many of the trade’s) pricing for the reason that launch of the Xbox 360. So why is that this notable? Because Take-Two and its subsidiary 2K Games introduced they’re upping the worth of NBA 2K21 on the next-gen consoles to $70.

But it’s additionally price noting that Ubisoft chief government Yves Guillemot would solely decide to the $60 pricing by way of this vacation season.

“For the Christmas games, we plan to come with the same price as the previous generation of consoles,” Guillemot instructed buyers during a conference call. “That’s what we’re focused on at the moment.”

When requested explicitly if the worth might go up after the vacation season, Guillemot dodged.

“We said earlier — that for the $60 price — we are concentrating on the Christmas releases,” he stated. “And those games will launch at $60.”

So Ubisoft is holding a worth improve on the desk. And to be clear, this is applicable primarily to the United States. Gamers in different nations, together with Australia, Canada, and all through Europe, have seen corporations elevate the worth of latest video games repeatedly over the past decade.

For now, nonetheless, Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla gained’t value greater than $60 for U.S. followers. But we’ll see if that lasts.

Market pressures might make a worth improve too attractive to withstand for corporations like Ubisoft. If the pandemic continues raging by way of the U.S. into 2021, individuals might discover that they nonetheless have nowhere however video games to spend their leisure {dollars}. And with that form of demand, Ubisoft is aware of it may probably get away with asking for extra.

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