Over the weekend, Sony decided to drop the price of The Last Of Us: Remastered .
I mean, I'm not complaining or anything. And it's not like $10 is a huge price drop. However, this price cut didn't really come with an official announcement or explanation, and I'd just like to know what inspired the decision.
Is it because gamers everywhere were complaining about spending full price for what they called a "one-year-old game"? The idea of revamped versions of older games fetching $60 doesn't go over well with everyone; remember the fallout surrounding Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition ?
I suppose that could be it. Or, is this a nod to a time when first-party Sony titles were $10 cheaper than third-party multiplatform games? Those times haven't disappeared forever, right? I'm just wondering why the price drop happened; it's not often that you see changes in prices a mere five weeks before the game becomes available for sale. It's worthy of discussion, don't you think?
Any legit ideas?
Related Game(s): The Last Of Us: Remastered