PS4 games have suggested retail prices of £55-60

By Dave Owen, Friday, 27 September 2013 12:30 GMT

Retailer ShopTo is reporting that first party PlayStation 4 games will carry suggested retail prices of £54.99 and £59.99. It also says that a DualShock 4 controller and the PlayStation Camera will be set at £54.99 each.

Here is a handy list for you:

– Knack – SRP £54.99
– DriveClub – SRP £59.99
– Killzone Shadow Fall – SRP £59.99
– PS4 Stand – SRP £15.99
– Charging Unit – SRP £24.99

Of course you’ll almost certainly be able to pick these up for a little bit cheaper, depending on the retailer.

Yesterday it was confirmed by Sony that the Killzone Shadow Fall PS4 hardware bundles will be coming to Europe. A bundle containing the console, the game, and a DualShock 4 controller will run you 439 Euros. A second bundle will add a second DualShock 4 and the PlayStation Camera for 499 Euros. The console itself is listed at £349/399 Euros.

This means that PS4 games are a little pricier than Xbox One games. First party Xbox One titles such as Forza 5 and Titanfall are currently listed on Microsoft’s online store at £49.99. A wireless Xbox One controller will cost £44.99.

Thanks, CVG.

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