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Take-Two siger at deres prisstigning på next-gen-spil reflekterer "oplevelsens kvalitet"

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Som du måske allerede ved, så har Take-Two valgt at hæve deres etablerede MSRP, altså et spils faste pris, på next-gen-versioner med omtrent $10, og det hele starter med PS5- og Xbox Series X-versionen af det kommende NBA 2K21, der kommer til at koste $69,99, i stedet for $59,99.

Take-Two fjerner ingen af de mange mikrotransaktioner som har plaget spillet i årevis, i stedet argumenterer de for at prisstigningen reflekterer den forberede oplevelse man får. Under kvartalsmødet med investorerne sagde CEO Strauss Zelnick følgende:

"There hasn't been a price increase for frontline titles for a really long time, despite the fact that it costs a great deal more to make those titles.And we think with the value we offer consumers...and the kind of experience you can really only have on these next-generation consoles, that the price is justified. But it's easy to say that when you're delivering extraordinary quality, and that's what our company prides itself on doing. We just speak for ourselves. Obviously, we don't speak for the industry and the industry naturally does not coordinate on these matters, to say the very least. The pricing has to reflect the quality of the experience, and we aim to provide the best experiences in the business. And from our point of view, it's an extremely modest price change given that prices haven't changed for a very long time."

Ubisoft har allerede slået fast, at de fastholder samme MSRP på $59,99, så indtil videre står Take-Two alene.

Take-Two siger at deres prisstigning på next-gen-spil reflekterer "oplevelsens kvalitet"


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