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Will Red Dead Redemption 2 Jump On The Lootbox Bandwagon?

RDR2 thinks that Take-Two and Rockstar can learn from EA's mistakes with Battlefront 2.

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fiveby9247d ago (Edited 247d ago )

I agree Take-Two will implement loot boxes. Will they be cosmetic only?Will they be pay2win randomized progression based rewards? Who knows. But if RDR2 is a gamer / consumer unfriendly cash grab, then they should receive the same treatment as EA did for SW BF2. I hope this is not the case.

Many-hat5247d ago

Maybe the final outcome of SW BF2 debacle will sway Take-Two, one way or the other. Cosmetic only, if things turn sour for EA, or whole MT thing if SW BF2 survives the backlash.We'll see.

Mr-Dude247d ago

Microtransactions, at least...

Kun_ADR247d ago

I can bet my ass that it will have. Not in single player mind you (at least I hope), but it gonna be full of them in online mode.

andrewsquall247d ago (Edited 247d ago )

I don't care. Like most single player driven games with an added online mode, I won't be touching that added on part even once.

I can't even give an informed guess to compare it to whatever the online mode was like in GTA V because, again, I never touched it ever and haven't a clue what it entails.

j15reed247d ago

GTA wasn't bad it's just if you wanted to get the stuff quicker you could buy the shark cards, all they are doing is feeding the I need it now I don't want grind hold my hand generation.

NotoriousWhiz245d ago (Edited 245d ago )

Some people don't have the time to grind. One case of microtransactions that I did appreciate was for Magic the Gathering on PS3/360. You could play through the campaign to unlock all the decks, or you could spend $1 per deck. As a parent and husband, my gaming time is extremely limited, so I spent the $10 (or whatever it was) to quickly unlock all the decks, as I was really only interested in playing others online and not the AI.