- Mar 20, 2017
Didn't overwatch had the decency to be like 40 bucks at launch?
Ok so 70$ price tag has officially started.
I mean Returnal was but if BF2042 does this and succeeds, which they will, probably entire industry will follow suit.
Patient gamers for the win
Not many people on NeoGAF care for EA but a lot of people on NeoGAF care for Sony’s games. Have I solved the puzzle for you?$70 on next gen just as expected... but will we see the same amount of vitriol and negative articles like we do now towards certain major company when eventually every publisher jumps on board?
It's funny because that was everyone's reaction with 1942 when it was launching. But at the time, the concern wasn't as vocal because the game looked insane at the time.The Question that i ask myself is: Do people even want to pay 70-120$/€ for a MP only game?
I mean the success from warzone killed the "fullpriced mp only games" right?
For me personally i wont spend so much money on a mp only game.
Hmmm, I hope they show that mode soon.We know of 4 game modes so far. Conquest and Breakthrough (All out war), Hazard zone (no specifics yet other than it is squad based and not a Battle royal), and Dice LAs mode that is supposed to be a love letter to battlefield fans. EA said they will discuss other modes at a later date.
BF doesn't need a single player, and hazard zone may be co-op.
Also each map is massive and split into sectors with at least 2 to 3 sectors per map, so more like 14 - 21 maps in total.
Do a little research maybe?
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EA Play in July is the reveal of that mode. I honestly have no idea what it is. We only know it isn't a BR and is a love letter to battlefield fans. Conquest and Breakthrough are already covered soo...Hmmm, I hope they show that mode soon.
It depends. If you can buy the upgrade for $10, yes. Because it's a full version and not a special upgrade version that only works with the base game, you can gift the upgrade to yourself. You're getting a code for the next gen version.So wait it's better to buy the Xbox One version to get the next-gen version?
u know there is thing called f2p now?I'll most likely be getting the Ultimate for PC!
......from a place that will surely charge less, lmao.
It's funny because that was everyone's reaction with 1942 when it was launching. But at the time, the concern wasn't as vocal because the game looked insane at the time.
People also kind of reacted the same way with Quake 3 Arena and Unreal Tournament as well, etc. You get the idea.
It may not be for everyone, sure. But there will be plenty of folks that certainly don't mind it. I feel like the worst part about all of this is the fact that AAA game prices have increased so much. The idea of paying $100+ for a single digital game with extra digital content is pretty wild to me.
Actually, it was Take TwoDoes it make it okay because Sony did it first?
Yes, but but that doesn't mean every game needs to or should be F2P.u know there is thing called f2p now?
times are changin
Im not saying that every game needs to be F2P. But the Market has changed and MP Only Premium price games. There are now AAA franchises like CoD with F2P games.Yes, but but that doesn't mean every game needs to or should be F2P.
Games that are meant to be F2P are developed in a way (or should be) that caters to being F2P. Battlefield 2042 was clearly never meant to be F2P which is why it's priced as a standard AAA title.
Though, there appears to be a F2P component we just haven't heard about yet.
A good month after Take-Two and EA and UbiSoft in factI like how everyone is acting like Sony did $70 games first when the truth is... all big publishers do it, the only reason we haven’t seen Xbox do it is *drumroll* they haven’t published any games.
I hear ya. I think it's just all a matter of how it's handled, you know? Will it be super successful? Not sure, I guess time will tell.Im not saying that every game needs to be F2P. But the Market has changed and MP Only Premium price games. There are now AAA franchises like CoD with F2P games.
Which game was the last full priced mp only shooter(im not that of a shooter guy. serious question)?