Sony has confirmed that first-party PlayStation 4 games will retail at $59.99, the same price as new PlayStation 3 releases currently, in the US anyway, matching Microsoft's willingness to sell first-party titles on next-gen consoles at current-gen prices.
"We have announced the pricing for our first party line up of PS4 launch and launch window games,” a Sony rep informed ShackNews.
“All four titles, Killzone: Shadow Fall, Driveclub, Knack, and InFamous Second Son are all $59.99.”
British retailers appear to have interpreted this as licence to charge £49.99 - £54.99 for pre-orders currently, which certainly doesn't match up with current-gen prices, but it is to be hoped that the competitive online market will drive those prices down as we near launch this winter.
It's worth noting, too, that InFamous: Second Son will not be available at launch, but is expected early next year, and a low-fat version of Drive Club will be free to all Playstation Plus subscribers.