Sony announces reduction in the price of games in Brazil; two of them now cost R $ 159, and the other R $ 199
Sony has announced a permanent reduction in the price of three PlayStation 4 games: those who have not yet purchased Death Stranding, Nioh 2 or Doom Eternal can now enjoy the cheaper game.
Death Stranding, game by director Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear Solid), cost R $ 249, and now sells for R $ 159. The game has just received a PC version, which costs R $ 239 both on Steam and on the Epic Games Store.
The same price change came into effect for Nioh 2, which now also costs R $ 159 instead of R $ 249.
The third and last game at a reduced price Doom Eternal. Most recent title of the classic FPS franchise, the game that cost R $ 250 now sells for R $ 199.
Sony says the change in prices started taking effect on July 10 at select retailers – which does not yet include the PlayStation Store. The cut in the permanent price, and not just a promotion, so games will continue to cost that amount for the next few months.
PlayStation 5 comes to
Launched in 2013, the PlayStation 4 is reaching the end of its days: Sony is already preparing a successor, the PlayStation 5, which will hit stores in 2020.
Before goodbye, however, the PlayStation 4 still has firewood to burn: last month, Sony released The Last of Us 2 for the console (check out our review here), and this Friday, Ghost of Tsushima (check it out) our review here).
As for the new console, Sony has not yet released a price or release date, but has already confirmed that games like Demon’s Souls, Horizon: Forbidden West and Gran Turismo 7.
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