Ubisoft has tended to the potential for “$70 sticker prices” on its games in 2021, explaining that the organization hasn’t settled on any solid choice on the matter at this time.
During a Q&A meeting following its second from last quarter income call, Ubisoft was found out if players ought to expect a value climb in the organization’s next monetary year, which traverses April 2021 to March 2022. Without furnishing an authoritative response for sure, Ubisoft CFO Frédérick Duguet conceded that the organization is assessing its game costs however hasn’t settled on an official conclusion.
“Regarding valuing, we’ve been breaking down the serious elements of the last quarter and we are as yet taking a gander at new freedoms, however we have not settled on any choice yet,” Duguet said (through VGC).
Ubisoft is a long way from the first significant part in quite a while to discuss rising game costs, explicitly to $70/£70. Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has twice stood up on the side of the thought, telling Protocol in September that “we convey a whole lot greater game for $60 or $70 than we conveyed for $60 ten years prior.”
Obviously, we’ve just several $70 PS5 games, including Demon’s Souls and Destruction All Stars, and Sony CEO Jim Ryan has contended that $70/£70 is a reasonable cost for PS5 games.
“Truly, I do [consider £70 games fair],” he said. “In the event that you measure the long stretches of diversion given by a computer game, for example, Demon’s Souls, contrasted with some other type of amusement, I believe that is an extremely clear correlation with draw.”