When Pokémon releases on the PlayStation, the price of cards will rise
Posted On June 17, 2021
The Pokemon Trading Card Game (PSTCG) will be released for the PlayStation 4 on July 23, a month after the Pokémon X and Y releases, with a price increase on the card game’s core game, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
The price of the core game card game is going up from $19.99 USD to $23.99, with the premium price tag $29.99.
Pokemon Omega Sapphire will cost $39.99 instead of $29, and will also be released on July 22.
The price of Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire is still set to $19 USD.
The PSTCG core game will remain unchanged on the PS4, but the premium card game will see an increase in the price tag.
Pokemon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald will now be available for $29 each, and Pokemon X and Pokemon Y will be $29 for each.
Pokemon Omega Ruby, Alpha Sapphire, Pokemon X, and Pokémon Y will all be available at launch, while Pokemon X will be available July 22 at the PlayStation Store and on the App Store.
This will not be the last time that the core card game and premium card games are going up in price, as Pokemon Omega and Pokemon Alpha will be going up as well.
Pokemon X is currently available at a $29 price tag, while the premium Pokémon Omega Ruby card game currently costs $29 and the premium Pokemon Alpha Sapphire card game costs $39, though that price is expected to go up in the future.
The PlayStation 4 version of the PSTCGs Pokemon Card Game is expected in stores on July 24.
Pokemon Alpha Ruby, Omega Sapphire, X, Y, and Sapphire will be sold for $24.99 each, while Pokémon X, Omega Ruby Card Game, and Alpha Sis will be priced at $24 each.
The Premium card game has a $39 price tag and Pokemon Omega will be offered at $29 USD.