Far Cry 5 releases in a few days and Ubisoft told Gamespot that its latest open-world title will feature micro-transactions. However, and similar to pretty much all latest games, these micro-transactions will be only for cosmetic items and they will not affect â€“ according to Ubisoft â€“ the gameplay.
So, let me get this straight, you pay money for the game, then buy stuff in the game so you have less of the game to play? If the game was fun in the first place, why would you have any desire to spend more money to skip parts of the game?
Whenever I'm playing a good game, I don't want it to end and I do everything I can to 100% complete it. This sounds the opposite, like they know parts of the game will be so bad you'll want to skip it, yet they'll probably try really hard to make it at least interesting enough that you care enough to spend money to see what happens in the story.
This is really not a good sign for this game.
duel March 16th, 2018