The suit was filed in California and alleges that a 2019 decision from Sony to disallow users from purchasing “third-party download codes” violates antitrust law. “Lawyers claim that popular games sell for, on average, 75% more digitally on the PlayStation Store than those sold physically. That number could be up to 175% more at its highest,” according to the article.
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PlayStation User Sues Sony Third-party Downloads
A Sony PlayStation user is suing the company after arguing it has an “illegal monopoly” on games purchased digitally via its online platform. So reports Polygon.
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