Both GameStop and Amazon have already announced Xbox 360 to Xbox One “trade-up” programs for Microsoft’s next-generation console, and now Sony has also revealed some details for its own “trade-up” plan.
Rather than going through a third party retailer however, it looks like the whole thing will run from within Sony. Speaking at Gamescom today, Andrew House (SCEI chief executive) said that gamers who purchase select PS3 titles will have the ability to upgrade to the PS4 version for a “significantly discounted price”.
The program will run for a limited time and the following games have been confirmed as being included, so far: Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts and Watch Dogs.
Unfortunately no other details are available yet, including what the process will be and whether the offer will be available worldwide.