With a dwindling player count and long matchmaking times, Rocket Arena might as well be an offline game. The game's $30 price tag and heavy microtransactions could be to blame.
Sad but kinda expected.
It's an EA's game you have to pay for playing, with microtransactions and paid battle pass. Not sad at all, it's well deserved.
One day will come when we have to pay to visit EA's store
It's still a talented dev team full of human beings with mouths to feed, working people actually understand that.
This game should have been free to play day one. It's a no brainer. Even more so if there is a battlepass and microtransaction day one. Lesson learned the hard way for the develloper: never trust greedy EA.
Agreed. This game could have gotten the Apex Legends treatment but they decided not to.
It's an EA game so it's alright. Feel bad for the creators but if you're going to put microtransactions on a 30$ game then screw you.
Sad thing is its a pretty fun game, but they sent it out to die by not making it F2P. They need to make it F2P asap and give people who purchased it some free levels on the battlepass then maybe people will come to it.
EA never learn. They will crumble under their greed. Only thing that will keep them afloat are the sheep that buy Madden and Fifa every year.
I wasn't even aware it was already out 🤣 Not that i care, looks meh
Any game with MT will "SURELY" die. in these days and age with Covid 19 spreading, jobs are lost monthly , people losing their homes . Who would be Stupid enough to pay for MT when people barely able to pay rent,food, car payments, insurance now days. this goes to show you Developer's don't give a she-it about our suffering. He who pays for MT is the Fool
Except all the biggest games in the world have MT and they're pretty alive
So. U are willing to pay extra for game is 59.99 already ?? I'm sorry not me. it is more convenient Not to buy games with MT and LOOTBOXES
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