Dragon’s Dogma 2: Let’s smack some Microtransactions in a Single Player Game and have fun

If you haven’t noticed, but you’ve played Dragon’s Dogma 2, there is something peculiar about it. Once you hit a roadblock or go to Jail, you can get a “free” jail pass, but how exactly? Well, it’s just like playing Monopoly; you can wait your turn or pay to get out of jail. Simple enough.

But, what the developers of Dragon’s Dogma 2 didn’t realize is that the players will be super frustrated regarding microtransactions, especially in a single-player game. For example, if you wanted to cheat in your favorite game, you would enter something in the console or write a particular sequence on the keyboard. Now, you can get all that for just a few additional bucks. Yeah, why implement cheat codes in a game when you can purchase them in a form of DLC.

So, what are we going to do now boys? Well, since they have added microtransactions, they should start paying to get articles with negative reviews and comments off? Holy c***, I cannot believe my eyes. But it’s not just that, you can find all the extra purchases below.

Like, what would you say about this? Let’s escape from Gaol and get it for 0.99. Or, buy a wakestone, or maybe buy extra rift crystals. Well, all of this is why the game has been flooded with Negative comments on Steam. Give me a break Capcom. Everyone has been cherishing you over the past for your exceptional titles. But this time around, you have failed big time.

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