Sony has found itself under investigation in Turkey this week following complaints that certain games on the PS Store were priced far too high, particularly in the wake of the country's current high inflation and the Turkish lira's lowering value against the dollar.
The Turkish edition of our sister site VG247 has reported the investigation, which appears (via Google Translate) to be concerned with the high prices on certain games sold on the PS Store. Though many games on the store appear to be valued similarly in lira as they do in USD, others appear to have their base prices far higher.
For example, Red Dead Redemption 2 is currently selling for 469,00 TL, or about $88. Other games around that price include Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, FIFA 19, Spider-Man, NBA 2K19, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, NHL 19, and WWE 2K19. However, it is worth noting that all of these games with the exception of Red Dead Redemption 2 were currently on sale at the time of this piece, with discounted costs ranging from 328,80 TL ($61) for Call of Duty all the way down to 159,00 TL ($30) for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.