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Where is the PC Collectors Edition !?!?!?

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Why Epic DRM? Why Denuvo DRM? If this game is great, then people will buy it even if it's - especially if it's - DRM free. If it's not, then they make it harder to crack at least.

I know Devs are not getting a fair share in many cases, however this doesn't justify to go full DRM.

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I cancelled my Aurora Edition preorder after this, though I must admit that I lost interest already when I read that they put Denuvo DRM on the game too. I am not going to support this.

That said, I believe that this game is not going to be as great as people expect it to be. Devs and Publishers trying to maximize profit... We had this many times already... EA..Ubisoft...Square Enix.... Bethesda.... Activision.....kek

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Ask them about the Collector's Edition for the PC-Version!
Only the XBone and PS4 versions are available for pre-order so far.

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It's almost December 2018 and the PC Collector's Edition is still not available. Only console versions, but why?

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Just like the mainstream "AAA" misleading publishers, Bethesda has fallen to the level of publishing quantity and not quality games. (actually since quite a while already, I don't count only Fallout 76 into this fact, but also many of their previous games released in the current decade)

This statement about the microtransactions (MTX)is just the same publishers were doing since ages: promise something to potential customers, and once they buy the game, flood it with the real mtx offers in order to fulfil the initial business-model.

With such statements, it's more than just obvious that they even prepared the game so it will support a suitable, profit-only-oriented MTX-system, so the game-system will be built in a way that is going to accommodates MTX offers at costs of the gaming experience, e.g. making things in the game harder to farm or perhaps making it even an endless grind etc.

And of course the real thing will be implemented later with upcoming patches which are planned from now on already. The stuff isn't implemented yet, and that's why they can say "it's not pay-to-win" not mentioning the "yet" at the end of their "promise" which I simply call a very bad farce. You can surely expect that you'll be allowed to "cheat" later with using your real money.

It's always like this with MTX. They use alternate explanations to not expose their true intentions of their actual business behind it.

I don't recommend to support this behaviour, and if you care about quality games, then you shouldn't support it either. But hey, that's just my opinion.

Besides, I don't think that Bethesda published any quality games during the last decade anyway. A lot of game reviews of their products were made just very bad, Gamespot's Reviews included (sorry about that but it really is bad). Their games were not even finished yet, and cheap and poor in content (e.g. remember the Screen-Real Estate in Skyrim?) abusing their "AAA" fame , and furthermore abusing the mod-capabilities and the big mod community which actually made their games "enjoyable", while Bethesda took all the fame for it, and not the Mod authors who basically "finalized" the games. I am not saying having a wide variety to modify the game is a bad thing, no it's a great thing, but I don't agree that this is enough to justify the development of the base game with a great idea so damn half-hearted and shifting the "patches" and "content-updates" to the mod-community. In fact, I do think that this is even a well organized business-model which brings them not only fame, but mainly a lot of profit as well from people who don't realize this. And believe me, there is many people who don't know anything about this kind of business which is being executed for years.

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Looks like Gamespot still didn't get it...

Master Chief's face is not revealing, because he is designed to be the player - you are Master Chief - because you play Master Chief in the games.

Don't look forward to see his face, just imagine your face under the helmet. That's what makes the plot more thrilling anyway.