The standard price for video games may be increasing to $70 for the PlayStation 5 and next-gen Xbox, ending 15 years of $60 games
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For nearly 15 years, the standard cost of video games has been $60. 

But for the next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, which launch this holiday season, that standard price may be increasing to $70. 

The first indication of that change came on July 2, with the announcement that this year's "NBA 2K21" will cost $60 for current generation consoles but $70 for next-gen consoles.

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