Murdered: Soul Suspect Out In June, Costs More On Xbox One And PlayStation 4

By Ishaan . March 4, 2014 . 9:11am

Murdered: Soul Suspect, Square Enix’s supernatural murder mystery game, has a release date. North America will get Murdered on June 3rd, and other territories will see the game on June 6th.

 

In the U.S., pre-ordering Murdered: Soul Suspect from Amazon, Best Buy, GameStop, Target or Walmart will allow you to avail an “interactive digital strategy map”. The map will be accessible via PCs or tablets, and will help you find secrets and Easter Eggs in the game.

 

Murdered: Soul Suspect is in development for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The PC, 360 and PS3 versions of the game will cost $50, while the Xbox One and PS4 versions will cost $60. Square Enix have stated in the past that the XB1 and PS4 versions will run at native 1080p and include “subsurface scattering and an increased particle count”.


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  • otakumike

    This makes no sense if even the pc version will only be $50. Square trying to nickle and dime people again…

    • idrawrobots

      Perhaps they are nerfing the PC game and it will require a independently developed mode to get it to the level of the current gen console versions.

    • Brion Valkerion

      How so? SE is hardly the only company doing this and the $10 difference on PC has been around for 20 years now. The usual stuff as far as I can see.

    • Tom_Phoenix

      “This makes no sense if even the pc version will only be $50.”

      If anything, PC versions of games should always be $50, since publishers don’t have to pay licensing fees for releasing games on the PC. Of course, in recent years, publishers started to charge $60 for PC games simply because they could.

      So no, the fact that the PC version is $50 is how it should be. If anything, the surprising news is that the PS3/360 versions will be $50 as well.

    • ronin4life

      Often PC games actually sell for $40…

      So this could still be a price hike there too.

  • Anime10121

    Man Ishaan you literally scared the hell outta me, I thought SE was gonna start applying their handheld “next gen tax” to home consoles. I read that title and thought welp KH3 and FFXV confirmed for $70 :P

    (not that it’d matter to me either way, as I’ve got both preordered on Amazon, and heck, I’m only paying $40 for FFXV thanks to a certain deal they cut with me :) )

  • Godmars

    This isn’t confusing at all.

  • ronin4life

    More like the Ps3 and 360 versions are seeing a price drop.

  • artemisthemp

    Looking forward to playing this game but, Idol PP could get in the way

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