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Canada’s PlayStation Store Price For inFAMOUS: Second Son Has Been Increased To $69.99

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Canadians have recently had to deal with a price increase for games in the retail setting due to the lack of strength of the Canadian dollar. Now, the PlayStation Store is being hit by this recent trend. Even though the digital version does not carry the price of shipping and manufacturing, inFAMOUS: Second Son has been upped to the price of $69.99 just like the retailers.

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inFAMOUS: Second Son is a new entry in the superhero franchise by Sucker Punch. In this PS4 game, you play as Delsin, a new protagonist, who is in control of smoke and neon powers. Delsin can run rampant through the city of Seattle with these powers as he fights against the oppressive government group, the Department of Unified Protection.

Is this a way for Sony to keep retailers like EB Games and Walmart happy with non-competitive prices? Sony, in the past, have given a 10% discount for their first party Vita titles. If you are willing to pay the extra $10, inFAMOUS: Second Son will be releasing on March 21st.

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Chris Penwell is an editor who loves an engaging story and interesting combat within games. Previously writing for PlayStation Euphoria, Chris is a fan of most Sony Computer Entertainment titles including Uncharted, The Last of Us, and even White Knight Chronicles but he is open to all platforms. His ultimate goal is to go to E3 and interview the developers who have created the games he has loved throughout the 15 past years of his gaming experiences. His most anticipated games include Kingdom Hearts III, Beyond Good and Evil 2, The Division, Final Fantasy XV, and Destiny.

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DOOM Eternal Gets Nightmarish Concept Art

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Bethesda has been pretty quiet about DOOM Eternal the past few months, but the company has reminded onlookers of the project’s stellar design via a piece of concept art.

Entitled ‘Hell Gate’, the concept art details Hell’s equivalent of royalist architecture, complete with DOOM (2016)’s penchant for contrasting colours and strong, angular geometry. The centrepiece of the art is the beloved Doomguy, whose heavy frame looks pretty small compared to the scale.

The art was shared directly on the game’s Twitter page, embedded below:

DOOM Eternal has no release date as of yet, but expect id Software to share more about the game at Bethesda’s E3 conference.

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