Xbox game priced at $2,000: Ball Race 2: Ramp mispriced on Xbox marketplace – Grab whatever you want to play as soon as it opens because the industry average pricing for new triple-A games is now pretty much $70 everywhere. especially if you want to play the Xbox game Ball Race 2: Ramp, which is now offered for $2,000,
No, that was not a typo made by me; hopefully, Xbox made the error. The obscure independent game is presently going for CAD $2,500 and was first mentioned on Reddit by MelonButterG and reported by GameRant. The game is also listed at $2,000 in the US and £1,400 in the UK, suggesting that pricing errors exist everywhere.
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Ball Race 2 is still around the same price as three Xbox Series X consoles as of the time of writing this, despite the fact that the wrong price has been displayed for at least a day and is continuing to attract more and more notice. In fact, one Xbox owner is debating whether to sell their system in order to raise money for their Ball Race 2 purchase in a response to the original Reddit post. However, they wouldn’t have a console to play it on at that point. What a conundrum.
Though some have advised waiting till Ball Race 2 is a little less expensive, others have made fun of the idea that the game has genuinely been discounted. The predominant explanation regarding how this could have happened is that the game is actually supposed to cost $20, but someone at Xbox accidentally entered a comma rather than a decimal point. That doesn’t explain why the error hasn’t been fixed, though. Perhaps Xbox and the Ball Race developers are hoping that a well-known streamer hears about the situation and pays the entire $2,000 as a publicity stunt.
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This is not the first time a game has had the incorrect pricing listed on a digital marketplace. The $100 FIFA 23 Ultimate Edition was unintentionally sold for only six cents by Epic last year. Despite the listing only being active for a short period of time, Epic did honour the significantly discounted sales of the most recent FIFA game.
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