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PS4 digital games prices and install sizes revealed

Sam Loveridge

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The UK PlayStation Store for the PS4 has gone live and with it comes the full list of digital titles available for the console so far.

All the prices and install sizes for the PS4 games available to download for the console when it goes on sale on Friday, November 29 have been revealed.

However, what’s surprising is that there are a far few – we’re looking at you EA – that are much more expensive for PS4 than the Xbox One.

Currently the list consists of 19 titles for PS4, including 13 retail games, 5 digital only and one free FPS, but you’ll notice the EA Games PS4 titles all come with a premium price tag.

All the EA Games for PS4 are £62.99, a huge price mark up from the Xbox One versions that cost £54.99 as you’ll see in the Xbox One digital games prices announcement.

Here’s the full list of PS4 digital games currently on the PlayStation Store:

  • Killzone: Shadow Fall – £52.99 – 38.2GB
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts – £54.99 – 31.8GB
  • FIFA 14 – £62.99 – 9.9GB
  • Battlefield 4 – £62.99 – 36.4GB
  • Need for Speed Rivals – £62.99 – 16GB
  • Knack – £52.99 – 8GB
  • Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – £57.99 – 21.7GB
  • Resogun – £12.79 (Free with PS ) – 460MB
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes: 6.4GB – £52.99
  • NBA Live 14 – £62.99 – 9.3GB
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition – £52.99 – 21.7GB
  • Just Dance 2014 – £42.99 – 22GB
  • Contrast – £12.79 (Free with PS ) – 2.3GB
  • Super Motherload – £11.99 – 393MB
  • Trine 2: Complete Story – £14.49 – 2.6GB
  • Putty Squad – £13.99 – 818MB
  • Madden NFL 25 – £62.99 – 13.1GB
  • Angry Birds Star Wars – £32.99 – 1.5GB
  • Warframe – Free – 4.1GB

Other launch games like Sound Shapes, Flower, DC Universe Online and NBA 2K14 have yet to be added to the PlayStation Store.

The PS4 release date in the UK is Friday November 29, having launched in the US a fortnight previously on November 15.

Read more: Xbox One vs PS4.

HeyZuZe

November 25, 2013, 12:45 pm

Angry Birds Star Wars – £32.99 surely a typo? no oh well.

Peter

November 25, 2013, 1:03 pm

It looks like digital only future is off for a low start. It's hard to imagine for me to justify spending 63 pounds on a Battlefield and on top of that all dlc's despite that I'm a huge fan of a game I'll stick with pc on this one and will play only disc based games.
Just wondering...who came up with those prices?

Peter

November 25, 2013, 1:03 pm

Angry Birds for 32£? LOL

Bill

November 25, 2013, 1:16 pm

I imagine its EA on the price front as its not in sony interest to keep the prices high and especially higher than your main competition. Battlefield is around the 40-90 pounds mark for pc so not that massive a gap depending on what extras EA give with the game.

Ta'i Ngatokorua

November 25, 2013, 1:48 pm

The sizes are much smaller than I expected :)

Borkr

November 25, 2013, 2:13 pm

The install size for Battlefield 4 is a bit odd as it's only 26,5GBs in size on the PC. The PS4 is 10GB greater in size and I doubt that's meant to include the Premium expansion packs as that's downloadable separately.

Unfortunately, I can't investigate this as you've not given any direct links to the original source. This is typical for TR these days (yeah, sorry, a complaint). You guys seem to neglect giving sources a lot these days and when I google I see lots of other sites with the same story as an almost cut and paste job.

It'd be nice to think Trusted Reviews was in a higher category of journalistic endeavours to a lot of other tech and gaming sites out there, no matter how prestigious or not they may be. I can't find any direct links to PS4 games for digital sale on Sony's sites except for their American ones so I'm hoping whoever did the price translations originally isn't a total muppet and I can't see where they're getting the download size data from either.

So, who was the source? Not Eurogamer.net? A lot of people are copying that site and all its (potential) errors too by the looks of things.

Zubeir

November 25, 2013, 3:48 pm

This is a joke right, I would rather buy the media, its cheaper.

Guest

November 25, 2013, 8:08 pm

So taking Battlefield as an example, it is £15.99 for the digital download as compared to buying it from Amazon. WHAT?!? I thought it bad enough the Xbox One asking £7.99 more for the digital version, but this is plain barmy. How can they justify such pricing, surely it is cheaper for them to host it digitally than to pay all the different middlemen needed to sell a physical media?!? Sony you are taking the P*** (as are Microsoft as well)! (Or the third parties if it is them who set the pricing - maybe it is a price fix to keep all the retailers happy?!?)

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