Looks as if maybe Quantic Dream is not pushing their games into the digital realm. This is a good thing in the way that it will force people to buy retail as opposed to digital. Digital is good in the case of a broken disc drive or lack of backwards compatibility, but if you have a working disc drive and are using a working PlayStation 3, then why not buy a copy of the game and experience the story for yourself?
First, I'm from Egypt & the price of the digital copy from PSN is cheaper than the Disk in Egypt because the price of Disk in Egypt 100$ & the digital copy running better than Disk copy. I preferred the digital copy. Did you have any idea if there is will be a digital copy of Beyond?
Sadly, there looks to be no concrete information regarding a digital release for Beyond: Two Souls at this time. Looking at this story on the Web, it makes it seem as if there's potential for a digital copy being made or planned, or even one being ported digitally to the PlayStation 4 down the line. Obviously, there is no digital version of the game that has launched on day one (just like there is none for Heavy Rain). This makes me think that Quantic Dream isn't in a rush to join the digital trending of games, no matter how easy or affordable it will be for consumers.
Do you have any other means of acquiring a copy of Beyond: Two Souls by way of discount? The game has been out for a couple of months now, where at the end of November (Black Friday time) the game was marked down on Amazon.com for about 50% off the original price. Do popular retail sites like this one leave the possibility open to grabbing solid deals on the games you're after? If so you could always shop around. The game doesn't have to come direct from a single source, does it?