Saying it is okay to charge for DLC is super vague, considering DLC stands for Downloadable Content, which could be anything.
I think it is ok to charge for hats but not pants. If you know what I mean.
There was a day DLC weren’t accepted. I feel loot boxes will go the same way sadly :(
What if Lootboxes contain Cosmetics? What if DLC is just cuting half the game to milk more cash on release?
Hell, even DLC is questionable. I mean, if it's content already built in to the game that someone has to pay extra for to unlock, that's BS. If it's legit extra content that was developed in addition to the main game, I feel that is acceptable
Because it's the Devs that are the problems and not the game producers.
I got a simpler one:
If it's not F2P, don't have MTX at all.
I, for one, HATE that cosmetics cant be earned through doing in-game challenges
Dlc like the witcher 3 i can agree, those were whole new games, but if you take away gameplay to sell it later you are a douche
Paying for **cosmetics** is what started this shit. To this day, i still think its retarded.
Elite: Dangerous and XCOM 2 actually make me feel like a fuck for wanting to buy theirs (havent, *yet*). They at least make up for it by being dope ass games.
How about charge for nothing after the original price of the game?
I actually think charging for cosmetics and DLCs is kinda shitty if I'm being honest, but I guess we gotta draw the line somewhere.
I don't think cosmetics or dlc are good either for they make earning things pointless like in an RPG and they purposely make costumes look way uglier then the stuff in item shop they abuse this to
And dlc they release half the game and sell it later as dlc.
Cosmetics perhaps only in multilayer games and only then it must not be rng based and reasonably priced. I see any developer try and sell me cosmetics in a single player game I'll get up in arms. There's no reason ever to gate single player progress