- Aug 6, 2009
As long as the people who pay don't get the better weapons and thus an unfair advantage, I can totally see Activision doing that.
So your comparing Bungie, the company which is probably the most in-touch and friendly with its community, to Activision? hoi hoi...tghm1801 said:Didn't Bungie do this for free?
DOUBLE GOD DAMMIT!!!! Is this considered ninja'd? As he called out the bitching...TheRightToArmBears said:You know, so long as the core online play is unaffected I don't really care. I won't get it, but I don't mind it being there.
In any case, cue lots of bitching in 3,2,1..
If the recent history of CoD map packs have taught me anything, it's to not have faith in my video game playing brethren. They all spent 1/4th of the price for around 1/50th of the content (if even that) for past CoD games.MightyMole said:Wait.. So they're starting to do pretty much the same thing Bungie does for free... And then expecting people to pay for it...
I get that its an optional service but... C'mon!
Ahahahahahahaha, bullshit. You have been for, what, 4 years since CoD4? Top that with the cash cow of World of Warcraft, and you seriously expect us to believe that you somehow can't support a single game in a franchise that has brought you billions upon billions of dollars?Logan Westbrook said:...In an interview, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick defended the subscription fee, saying that Elite was a major undertaking, and it wouldn't be able to offer the same level of support if it was completely free...