I bet it'll be $70. I wouldn't even mind if it's $70. It's not like I buy games often, anyway - I actually only buy games very rarely. That's not to say I pirate anything, but it's just that I value my time a lot, so I don't simply buy/play every single game that catches my eye. I suppose I have relatively specific tastes, and GT is among them. Though recently, I've definitely been thinking of Star Wars: Squadrons, Metroid: Samus Returns, and the upcoming remaster of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010). As for Star Wars: Squadrons, that'd be the first EA game I had bought/played in nearly a decade.
Well you could probably get it for $90 at JB Hi Fi.I don't care what it'll cost. Obviously one of the advantages of only playing one game.
It's a one-off expense, including the console every other iteration, every so many years.
You guys who play lotsa stuff 'though, I feel ya. It's typically been in the $100 -> $120 range here in Australia, and I'd expect the same this time 'round. It'll be a pleasant surprise if it's under $100.
Get the disc version. If you get the digital version, you'll never be able to play the games you bought again if your PSN account ends up banned. Plus, online service will eventually shut down, meaning it will no longer be possible to get games legally. That happened with the PSP Go.
If I remember correctly from GT5 days, it needs to be said about 15 times per day...How many times do people have to say that individual retailers leaving release dates/years on pages is unreliable, especially when Sony/PD have said nothing about the game
Do y’all really think a random goods store will get the release date out there before Sony announce it?
Except that it's actually already been confirmed as a thing. Not for every game, but games are definitely increasing in price next gen.I preordered the Collector's Edition of GT Sport on the PS4 for the same $59.99 price tag I did for the 15th Anniversary Edition of GT6 on PS3 so I don't see how GT7 will sell for more then that as a PS5 title. Hell I'll be shocked if ANY base PS5 title is selling for more then $59.99 (And whatever equivilent in other territories because I'm terrible at Conversions)
BuT tHeY sTiLl HaVe 4 WeEkS, So ThEy StIlL hAvE tImE tO gO gOlD fOr LaUnCh.Mid October with no word, no promotion, nothing at all for months, and people still think it could release in 2020? A major first party AAA title?
Except that it's actually already been confirmed as a thing. Not for every game, but games are definitely increasing in price next gen.
"But for the next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, which launch this November, that standard price is increasing to $70. The first indication of that change came on July 2, with the announcement that this year's "NBA 2K21" will cost $60 for current generation consoles but $70 for next-gen consoles"
"But for the next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, which launch this November, that standard price is increasing to $70."
"Then, in mid-September, Sony announced $70 pricing for some PlayStation 5 launch games."
"PlayStation 5 games will cost up to $69.99 (about Rs. 5,200), Sony has revealed. Alongside pricing and launch date for the PS5 and PS5 Digital Edition, Sony announced that its first-party launch titles will cost between $49.99 (about Rs. 3,700) and $69.99 (about Rs. 5,200), confirming the dreaded $10 increase that had been incessantly discussed ever since 2K revealed a price increase for NBA 2K21 on PS5 and Xbox Series X. For Sony, the two launch games priced at $70 are Demon's Souls and Destruction All Stars."
All this information is a month old.
If it is a launch title, seems like there going to the build content like they did with GT Sport which is adding content monthly after release. The concern with this would be career mode which is usually structured around the content that’s already in the game, hard to do with content being added later, this was the problem with GT Sport which felt there was no end result your where trying the achieve.