Boys and girls, is F2P really that bad? I mean... we save money on dlc and get to play games. But I would like to personally SUPPORT a studio for making a game without micro-transaction-in-game-currency... Some games I can deal with it (LoL) but it doesn't even feel the same... So I think it's time for publishers to just accept it's time to let your $60 title games get updated with their dlc for free, cause it's crap that I have to continue to pay in order to expand my experience on a game I already bought... What was I saying?
@OneMoreJedi The claim they make, saving money on dlc, is the trap. You will indeed not save but might spend a lot more. The current dlc majority content such as new maps, new campaign, etc are going to be priced the same as they are now if not more. We will then get a plethora of dlc such as weapons, cosmetic items, that would otherwise be fun to just unlock through progression and in game challenges. Now the game might let you unlock extras by yourself but this is usually offset set by making it time consuming, repetitive, and overall extremely difficult. This is the strategy, to limit your patience so you can buy buy buy and this is what gamers dread... Not only because of money but the degrading effect it has on quality overall.