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According to Epic Games. lol

 

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Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney says the industry is putting profits over players.

 


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They compared them to kinder surprise during one press conference, 'surprise mechanics' I think was the term used.....I guess when I play the lottery i'm just using my 'surprise mechanics'

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They certainly cause harm in HC when they land on you ...died twice like that to other peoples incoming care packages when I’ve spawned in 😂😂


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On 2/14/2020 at 2:14 PM, phil bottle said:

Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney says the industry is putting profits over players.

I don't have to read the article to get straight to the irony of Epic coming out and saying this - when the amount of purchasable in game cosmetics they have are borderline absurd. Its great having choice, don't get me wrong but when I see my lad play the game and the ratio of V-bucks you receive to what is available in the item shop isn't right imo. There are so many skins that work out to be equivalent to £10-15 quid, on top of the £20 bundles that give you matching backpack, etc I just find its taking microtransactions to a whole new level.

 

But its a business at the end of the day. Just like football has turned out. *sad, resigned face*

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