Sony and Microsoft can at least agree on one thing: next-gen game pricing.
First Microsoft said it wouldn't put the price of Microsoft Studios-published games up next generation beyond the $59.99 marker they're already at. Now Sony has echoed that sentiment.
"Correct," a Sony spokesperson told ShackNews, "we have announced the pricing for our first party line-up of PS4 launch and launch-window games. All four titles - Killzone: Shadow Fall, Driveclub, Knack, and inFamous Second Son - are all $59.99."
Presumably the same will happen in Europe and the UK, and games published by Sony or Microsoft won't rise above the typical Ł49.99 mark. But for the moment Sony Europe is unwilling to set that stance in stone.
"We haven't confirmed pricing for titles in the SCEE region yet," a Sony UK spokesperson told me.
Hah - $60 for Knack!