Microsoft's Xbox One games will be $60
Xbox maker confirms its titles will be sold for current-generation standard; other publishers have yet to discuss pricing.
Microsoft's Xbox One games will retail for $60, the same price as Xbox 360 titles, the publisher has confirmed.
This pricing will put Xbox One games level with PlayStation 4 titles, as PlayStation executive Jack Tretton said in February that PS4 titles will max out at $60.
Other publishers--like Activision, Electronic Arts, and Ubisoft--have yet to disclose pricing information for their next-generation games.
Industry analyst Michael Pachter in March predicted that Xbox One and PlayStation 4 titles would follow the previous generation in jumping by $10 from $60 to $70.
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