Godfall Is $10 More Expensive on PlayStation 5 Than PC - Prima Games

Godfall Is $10 More Expensive on PlayStation 5 Than PC

by Jesse Vitelli

Next-generation consoles launch next month, and everyone is eagerly awaiting their pretty new games to arrive on the system. However, it seems we will be ushering in a higher price for games this generation.

Godfall, the new looter-slasher, is coming to PlayStation 5 and the Epic Games Store. However, the PS5 version is $10. Both versions contain exactly the same content, but the PlayStation version is $69.99, while the PC version is only $59.99. 

Related: Godfall Aims to Create An Entirely New Genre, According to Creative Director

While this isn’t the case for every game coming to the PlayStation 5, we certainly are seeing more and more of this pop-up. For reference, Demon’s Souls and Destruction AllStars will also be $69.99 on PlayStation 5.

Godfall is just the next game to follow suit with a $70 price tag. Whether or not games should be more money is a different conversation, but seeing the same game be two different prices surely is strange. 

Looking at the different versions of Godfall, like the collector’s edition, they all are $10 more expensive on PlayStation 5. So be ready to shell out just a little extra cash if you want to play this on your shiny new console.

For those who might not know about Godfall. Here is the official description on the PlayStation Store.

“Godfall is a brand-new, next-gen looter-slasher, set in a bright fantasy universe filled with heroic knights and arcane magic.

Embark on adventure in a fantasy action RPG that utilizes high-impact third-person melee combat to engage players as they hunt for loot, don legendary armour sets and defeat vicious enemies. Face challenging missions that reward you with head-turning loot as you vanquish the armies that stand against you.”

Godfall releases on November 12 for the PlayStation 5 and PC. If you pre-order the game on PlayStation 5, you’ll get Zer0’s sword from Borderlands, so that’s cool, I guess.

What do you think, are you ok with games increasing in price? Let us know on the official Prima Twitter and Facebook pages.


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