Activision's introduction of loot boxes in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's latest Operation hasn't gone unnoticed by the community. Multiple topics have been started about Activision's greed, not buying another CoD game again, and more.
They lost me as a customer years ago, haven't bought a COD game since Infinite Warfare, haven't bought DLC since Modern Warfare 3.
Why are fans surprised? They should have seen this years ago. They only have themselves to blame.
Yep, I mean look at the past cod games it has a growing trend of getting worse with mt
why would anyone be outraged? you bought the damn game knowing the bs they fall back on with every game.
Activision is clearly desperate. They're going to milk the remaining fanbase until they go bankrupt.
People need to stop with the outrage. You want to make a point, announce that you will not be buying their next game & mean it, period. Then you’ll see how things start to change.
Yep. Sadly, most of the people that buy these games don't care about anything. Hence the cycle keeps repeating itself.
Isn't this just exactly the same as buying tiers of the market??
Not only did they reimplement the same shitty system from 3 everyone hated but they also removed reserves after tier 100 from last season. The reserves from drops take 2 hours to get 1 item, vs buying one that drops 3 items. They even redesigned the black market because nobody was buying anything from it since they're a ripoff compared to the reserve orders. Now theres only ever one reserve order every 2 weeks, 2 weeklong items, and a daily that doesn't reset until 24 hours after you reveal it. CoDWW2 had a much friendlier MT system because you could pick what you wanted and duplicates werent a waste of time. I can tell they are going to reduce how bad it is in a week as part of a plan to make the cancerous system less cancerous, but still cancer none the less.
They'll get no look box money from me after the base game
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