PS4 digital games get EA price cut

PlayStation 4 titles on Electronic Arts’ official store have received a price cut of £3 after a much negative feedback from consumers.

Prior to the snip, full retail games for Sony’s next-generation powerhouse retailed for a whopping £63. This didn’t sit too well with gamers, and as such EA has responded by slashing the price.

As such, Battlefield 4, FIFA 14 and Need for Speed: Rivals now retail for a slightly more attractive £59.99.

It’s worth noting that the Xbox One versions of the above titles retail for £5 less than their PS4 counterparts, though no reason for this is apparent.

What do you make of EA’s pricing strategy for PS4 games? Let us know below.

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