June 19, 2024


It seems to be like Sony’s lately revealed 5v5 sci-fi shooter Harmony will take a leaf out of Helldivers 2’s wildly profitable live-service playbook and launch with a comparatively modest price ticket of £35.


Harmony, the debut sport from Sony’s FireWalk Studios, was introduced with solely minimal element final Might. Extra was revealed throughout final week’s PlayStation State of Play, nevertheless, when Harmony was confirmed to be a 5v5 first-person shooter – seemingly one with a contact of Overwatch in its DNA – that includes 16 launch characters, together with varied modes and maps.


Harmony’s live-service nature (which does not appear to have been met with an abundance of enthusiasm amongst PlayStation followers) had some questioning how Sony would possibly worth the sport when it launches for PlayStation 5 and PC on twenty third August – notably given the modest worth level of Sony’s latest live-service smash-hit Helldivers 2 – and it now seems the corporate is opting for the same pricing technique this time round.

Harmony gameplay trailer.Watch on YouTube


As noticed on Resetera (through Push Sq.), the Australian PlayStation Retailer at the moment lists Harmony’s Commonplace Version with a pre-order worth of $59.95 AUD and its Digital Deluxe Version at $94.95. That matches Helldivers 2’s Australian price ticket, strongly suggesting Harmony will retail for £34.99/$39.99 (£49.99/$59.99 for the Digital Deluxe Version) within the US and UK.


As per the identical Australian itemizing, Harmony’s Digital Deluxe Version options three days of early entry, 16 character skins, and a Monarch Pack containing the Vale’s Monarch Frontliner Sniper Pores and skin and Useless Reckoner Weapon Pores and skin Pack. People who pre-order get early entry to Harmony’s beta, which is at the moment set to launch this July.


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