Consumers are clearly winning to pay in excess of £40 for a copy of Mass Effect 3, but are they willing to do the same for its companion iOS title?
EA certainly hopes so. Mass Effect: Infiltrator was released on iPhone and iPad yesterday. It costs £4.99 to download.
However, as spotted by Eurogamer, the title also offers an array of in-app purchase options. And the most expensive one weighs in at an eye-watering £34.99.
For the money players will receive 200,000 in-game credits that can be spent on an assortment of digital goodies such as weapons and armour.
Credits can be earned in-game, of course, though at a far slower rate.
Other options for those who’d prefer to buy their success range from 75,000 credits for £17.49 all the way down to 2,500 credits for £1.49.
Mass Effect 3, which offers a certain amount of interactivity with ME: Infiltrator, will be released in the UK this Friday.