Sony has quietly raised the prices of many of its biggest games on Steam in certain regions, and the new prices are nothing to scoff at.
Multiple addresses like Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles MoralesAnd God of WarAnd Returnable It has been swept up in price hikes, with the new cost having different ranges in different countries. Although there has not been any official blog post regarding this news from Sony, the new prices are Confirmed by PlayStation LifeStyle.
- Argentina: 4199-5999 pesos to 8499-9999 pesos
- Canada: 59.99 – 69.99 CAD to 64.99 – 79.99 CAD
- Chili pepper: 32000-39500 CLP to 35000-42000 CLP
- China: 279-379 CNY to 345-414 CNY
- Colombia: 159,000-194,000 pesos vs. 184,000-219,000 pesos
- Japan: 4,900 to 6,490 yen vs. 6,490 to 7,590 yen
- South Korea: 45,880-58,800 won vs. 52,800-62,800 won
Older games have seen a lower price hike than some of the newer releases. However, it is still a hit for PC fans as the games are as old as they get God of War Five years after his release.
Unfortunately, this is just a mishap coming in the long line of PC gamers. The Last of Us Part 1 It’s finally available on Steam, which unfortunately left many users less than impressed.
Many users have experienced game crashes and extremely long shader load times, which take 1-2 hours every time you start this zombie action adventure game.
I did not play The last of us Since 2013, and since I no longer have it Playstation 4I thought looking at the Steam remake would be a great way to reacquaint yourself with the excellent story. Unfortunately, I didn’t have much fun this time around. Because of the ridiculous wait times, I got frustrated almost immediately. I also found that even my RTX 3070 wasn’t helping things, as I was stuck at 30fps most of the time and had constant crashes.
It’s upsetting to see such a great game have such an awful port to the PC, but when you look at this mishap and the price hike, Sony seems to care less about gamers who don’t have PS5.
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