While video games like Star Wars: Battlefront 2, Overwatch, Call of Duty: WWII, Battlefield 1, Destiny 2 and pretty much every other game on the market, make use of heavy in-game purchases, there are games that don’t.
These games proved to be an outright way to exploit gamers.
Electronic Arts is removing all in-game purchases from Star Wars: Battlefront 2.
These games prove that 2017 is most certainly the year of the loot box.
Review site aggregator OpenCritic is looking at displaying a video game’s business model in its rankings.
Will all due respect, being a gamer these days sucks.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided will get its first story DLC later this month.
Survey data reveals how much gamers spend on microtransactions in free-to-play video games.
EA has confirmed that Battlefield 1 will have both map packs and microtransactions.
The combo-based fighting game for Xbox One has arrived on PC and features cross-play.
Totally worth it?
Let’s just hope this doesn’t become a pay-to-win scenario.
This has stopped being amusing now Ubisoft.
Konami continue to dig their own grave.
Do you want to hand over more money to EA for Battlefield 4? You are in luck
Is this just another case of an industry becoming too greedy?
Blizzard confirms in-game WoW item purchases
Blizzard experimenting with in-game WoW item purchases
Have a look at the bacon-gun in action
Black Ops 2 micro-transactions add cosmetic items and more