Some next-generation games come with a stealth price increase

The next-gen-pricelaunch of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 ushered in more than the era of high-definition gaming: it also introduced us to the $60 video game.

For many gamers, it was a hard pill to swallow – and while people managed to choke it down, they warily looked ahead, fearful that next generation systems would bring another price bump with them.

Technically, they didn’t. $60 is still the going price for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One games. But emboldened by the success of in-app purchases in the mobile world, some publishers are trying to convince players to pay more in a different sort of way.

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EA unveils Battlefield 4

If battlefield4-top640you’re wondering what the next-generation of gaming might look like, you’ll want to check out Battlefield 4.

EA took the wraps off the next iteration of its military shooter franchise Tuesday night at the Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco, demonstrating an action-packed, cinematic game boasting some of the industry’s most advanced graphics. Players will get their hands on it this fall.

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