For Honor's microtransactions system has been quantified - you'd have to pay $732 or play 2.5 years as a casual player to unlock everything.
Good grief, how about neither?
Well playing this mediocre game so long certainly seems impossible... but someone will probably be stupid enough to spend hundrets on the microtransactions. At least I didn't make the mistake to buy it in the first place.
I got the game for free with my Nvidia card and felt it was a mistake to even download.
Well as someone who's put some hours into it (not a lot though, as unfortunately these days I don't get time for gaming), I wouldn't personally call it mediocre. It has a steep learning curve, but once you get the hang of it, it's quite fun to play. The main issue with the game is the constant server issues, disconnects, unbalanced matchmaking, etc. That is what will kill the community. If Ubisoft don't sort out their backend, players will look elsewhere. With regards to the micro-transactions, since everything is cosmetic, I'm not too fussed. Though it is frustrating that the in game currency payout is abysmal. Just an opinion of someone who's actually played the game and is aware of the issues first hand.
@sourav93 No need really to play the game to experience the issues surrounding this game post-launch. Watching Angry Joe's review, these issues are highlighted and it looks terrible
It's actually a good game. But ye, I dnt buy dlc or anything anyway. They do this cause people purchase it, silly
Yeah, badz, thinking for yourself is way overrated, right?
It means you need to be uber stupid to support that style of pricing!
Highway Robbery is honorable.
Precisely why I never buy Ubisoft games Day 1. They're worse then EA imo.
For Shameless A Frank Gallagher game.
I didn't even last two weeks let alone two years lol
I didnt even last 20minutes in the beta lol
steep learning curve
Is this all cosmetic, or do some of those items have in-game benefits?
I think it's all cosmetic, which is why I'm not bothered at all
Lets be real here dude, this is a terrible deal both ways for cosmetics.
true, cosmetics? well let them get money for that all they want
It has benefits, small ones, but they accumulate so if a player wanted to he could buy huge amounts of extras and get an edge. Think Battlefield 4 where user buys all the weapon attachments to get an edge over others.
Yeah but in BF4 you could unlock that stuff in a reasonable time.
Agree with cysis and the ultimate shortcut pack was like 70 quid a tenth of the price and took atleast a tenth of the time to unlock.
I put this game on the shelf for good after a few days... *since I buy digitally, I uninstalled* what's worse is I bought the season pass like a bloody idiot 😢
This was a good lesson not to buy a season pass on day one. You can wait untill the first DLC drops to buy the season pass. By that time you can decide if it will worth it for you or not. Live and learn right? :)
Correct. Oh well 😏
Never pre-order with a Season Pass
That's your fault. Should of research
He wasn't trying to blame anyone for it, in fact he pointed out his own stupidity. So lay off on the dad like lectures
* Should have. If you're going to be a douchebag, at least get the grammar right.
This game is earning the name "No Honor" more and more.
Or you could pay nothing and think "thanks for the beta".
Should have been Free to Play
With the way things are looking, it'll probably have a free to play (or similar) model a year or so from now. That's the trend for most multiplayer focused games like this that don't do too well. Even Rainbow Six Siege launched a 'Starter Edition' to draw more players in.