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  • curprev 16:2816:28, 18 March 2022GanGu102 talk contribs 13,161 bytes +518 Warner Bros. joins another $70 PS5 and Series X/S each for charging more than that. No upgrade path, but that really sucked for the Triple A industry.

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  • curprev 15:0015:00, 3 November 2021GanGu102 talk contribs 10,181 bytes +506 The FAQ for Battlefield 2042 Cross-Gen bundle makes it even worse than you say. No $10 upgrade means PS5 disc owners would be shafted for the PS4 disc version.

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