what you need to know
- The Xbox game Ball Race 2: Ramp is currently listed for $2,000 on the Xbox Store.
- This is probably a pricing error and the game is said to cost $20.
- There’s a good chance the game’s developer put in a comma rather than a decimal point, although there’s always the possibility that the game will cost more than four Xbox Series X consoles.
If you’ve got thousands of dollars burning a hole in your pocket, there’s the perfect game for you. At the moment, Ball Race 2: Ramp is listed on the Xbox Store for a whopping CAN$2,500 ($2,000). The game is available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Windows. Of course, there is a very good chance that the price is a mistake. The game’s developer probably wanted to enter a decimal point rather than a comma.
The game itself appears to be a straight forward game where the goal is to get a ball across a finish line. Here is an excerpt from the game description:
“The goal is to reach the finish line as quickly as possible with a ball on a track of hanging and moving platforms in the air. You can play alone, break your records, or in pairs. Fun for kids and adults The game requires ingenuity and reflexes. The game boards are varied. In some levels there are bouncing worms that block the passage or moving blocks that make it difficult for the ball to move.”
The alleged pricing error was first shared by Reddit user MelonButterG. Many have taken the listing’s high price as an excuse to joke about buying a collector’s edition for good value or waiting for a sale.
Once the listing gets enough attention, there’s a good chance the price will correct. At the time of publication, the price in the US store is still $2,000.