EA digital PS4 games cost £62.99 on PSN

They say that broadband is the biggest barrier to an all-digital games industry. Others may disagree.

Ahead of its UK launch this Friday (November 29th) PSN has gone live with the UK prices for PS4’s digital software line-up.

Perhaps most notable is EA’s decision to charge 62.99 for each of its five launch titles – FIFA 14, Battlefield4, Need for Speed Rivals, NBA Live 14 and Madden 25.

Other prices of note include Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (57.99), Call of Duty: Ghosts (54.99) and Knack 52.99).

CVG has listed the prices for all the games currently on PSN, which are as follows:

Killzone Shadow Fall (38.2GB) – 52.99
Call of Duty: Ghosts (31.8GB) – 54.99
FIFA 14 (9.9GB) – 62.99
Battlefield 4 (36.4GB) – 62.99
Need for Speed Rivals (16GB) – 62.99
Knack (34.8GB) – 52.99
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag (21.7GB) – 57.99
Resogun: (460MB) – 12.79 or free with PS+
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes (6.4GB) – 52.99
NBA Live 14 (9.3GB) – 62.99
Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition (21.7GB) – 52.99
Just Dance 2014 (22GB) – 42.99
Contrast: (2.3GB) – 12.79 or free with PS+
Super Motherload (393MB) – 11.99
Trine 2: Complete Story (2.6GB) – 14.49
Putty Squad (818MB) – 13.99
Madden NFL 25 (13.1GB) – 62.99
Angry Birds Star Wars (1.5GB) – 32.99
Warframe (4.1GB) – Free

Note that some titles, such as Flower, Flow and Sound Shapes, have not yet been added to the store.

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