Microsoft keeping Xbox One games the same price as Xbox 360
Microsoft have been having a bit of a nightmare, with people yelling at them for apparent 'always-on' internet needs for the Xbox One, as well as the notion that they'll be putting an end to people buying second-hand games.
And so, in a bid to publicly win a few hearts and minds, the company have announced that they won’t put out first party titles any higher than an RRP of £50.
Which is still a load of money.
However, that is the same price as new games on the previous 360 platform, so something of a price freeze.
Of course, third parties will be allowed to charge whatever they want for games, so don't expect Activision's 'Call of Duty' to be cheap, especially when the demand is so large. Naturally, supermarkets and such will be offering discounts and packages , but we'll just have to see what happens there.