Destruction AllStars will be priced at $19.99 on the PlayStation Store once it is cycled out of PlayStation Plus at the end of March 2021. Confirmed over on the PlayStation Blog, developer Lucid Games reckons this pricepoint represents good value for money. "This is a great value, and helps ensure the mayhem will continue long after our PlayStation Plus promotion comes to an end. Of course if you’ve already added the game to your library, it’s yours to keep as long as you’re an active PlayStation Plus subscriber." This is, naturally, a dramatically smaller cost to pay compared to the $70 it was going to be priced at before the PlayStation 5 launched.
If you've already grabbed the title through PS Plus then you obviously won't have to pay a penny to keep playing as long as you're subscription remains active — this simply applies to those who wish to purchase Destruction AllStars once it has left the service.
Elsewhere in the blog post, Lucid Games lays out its short-term plans for Destruction AllStars content, including double XP weekends, Challenge series, and new skins. "Once again, we just want to say a massive thank you to everyone who’s been playing the game, sharing their clips and asking what’s coming next in Destruction AllStars. We’ve got plenty in store for you and we can’t wait to share more about it soon!"
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