Prices Drops On PS4 Exclusives: God Of War, Uncharted, And More

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With all of the big games launching between now and the end of the year, it can be easy to forget about all the games that came out in the past year. Sony apparently hopes you won't forget some of the recent PS4 exclusives. The company has dropped the suggested retail price of four of its big games: God of War, Detroit: Become Human, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and the PS4 remaster of Shadow of the Colossus.

Two of this year's biggest PS4 exclusives, God of War and Detroit: Become Human, both got $20 price drops, bringing them down to $40 apiece. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and Shadow of the Colossus are available for $20 each going forward.

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Permanent price cuts are common for older games, though some companies are more forthcoming with them than others. You can count on getting last year's Call of Duty for about half price by the time the next installment rolls around, but Nintendo tends to keep prices for its first-party games etched in stone for as long as possible. For instance, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which came out well before any of these PS4 games, still sells for $60 on the Nintendo eShop and $55 on Amazon.

This isn't the first time Sony has given PS4 games permanent price drops, either. Earlier this year, the company released the PlayStation Hits line of games, in which 15 titles--most of them PS4 exclusives--were given a special red case and a $20 price point.

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