PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Harley And Joker Outfit Cost More Than The Full Game

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Suicide Squad’s Harley and Joker outfit price is so ridiculous that it costs more than the full game.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) recently announced a collaboration with Suicide Squad that included new outfits themed around Harley and Joker. While everything feels normal here, it is not until the price is seen that this starts to look completely ridiculous.

The outfits were available to download today and to celebrate this announcement, the developers made a post detailing their price and features. What is shocking to see is that the price for the full set is set at $45 USD, which is more than the price of the full game. The individual outfits are not cheap either since they can go as low as $20 or $25.

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Harley Quinn’s “Daddy’s Lil Monster” outfit, complete with “Good Night” baseball bat skins for the crowbar and machete can be purchased in a bundle for $24.99, while The Joker’s Night Club Suit bundle can be picked up for $19.99. Each bundle includes new hair and makeup options as well to complete the look of these two iconic characters.

These skins are only available for a limited time, so pick them up before January 30th!

So to summarize, you can get the Joker outfit for $20 while Harley’s outfit has some extra additions and will cost you $25. This is a limited time offer so there is bound to be some appeal for it as well.

The game currently costs $30 on Steam but you can get it pretty cheap if you know where to look for it. It is kind of terrible practice to release such expensive looking skins, and they don’t even look that good in the actual game, unlike the renders that are in this article.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is available now on the PC and Xbox One. It is also rumored for the PS4 and currently undergoing a free weekend on Xbox One.

Khurram Imtiaz

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