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Activision strikes again: locking BO4 DLC behind season pass and BO3 DLC behind BO4 digital pre-orders FOR PS4 ONLY!

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green_sky said:
KManX89 said:

LOL, yes it is. Watch any gameplay footage of BO4, it plays EXACTLY the same as BO3, just without the jetpacks and wall-running and with the perhaps equally-annoying grappling hook added.

It's basically BO3.5. 

Seems more like BO 2.5. That is why i preordered. Could be wrong when it comes out. 

Watch any gameplay, it's a BO3 clone minus the jetpacks and wall-running. 

And BTW, AngryJoe hit the nail on the head.

We as gamers need to band together and #BoycottBO4 like we did SWBF II. BO4 will be the first CoD I don't buy, and I thought for sure the honor would belong to an IW game (Infinite Shitfare, but MWR made me cave in). I'm not sure how successful it'll be with all the whales/corporate sheep, though. 

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KManX89 said:
green_sky said:

Seems more like BO 2.5. That is why i preordered. Could be wrong when it comes out. 

Watch any gameplay, it's a BO3 clone minus the jetpacks and wall-running. 

And BTW, AngryJoe hit the nail on the head.

We as gamers need to band together and #BoycottBO4 like we did SWBF II. BO4 will be the first CoD I don't buy, and I thought for sure the honor would belong to an IW game (Infinite Shitfare, but MWR made me cave in). I'm not sure how successful it'll be with all the whales/corporate sheep, though. 

Seems like you are part of the problem. Buying yearly COD's. This is first one i buy this gen. *shrugs* 

What was so glorious about last year's COD when loot boxes were falling down on the beach. That didn't warrant a boycott?

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green_sky said:

Seems like you are part of the problem. Buying yearly COD's. This is first one i buy this gen. *shrugs* 

What was so glorious about last year's COD when loot boxes were falling down on the beach. That didn't warrant a boycott?

I buy them every year.
But this is the first time since the franchise started I will not be making a purchase, no singleplayer, no buy.

Actually enjoying my stint with Call of Duty: World War 2's story at the moment.



Pemalite said:

I buy them every year.
But this is the first time since the franchise started I will not be making a purchase, no singleplayer, no buy.

Actually enjoying my stint with Call of Duty: World War 2's story at the moment.

Okay. Good to know. 



LMAO, someone made a new emblem in BO3 mocking Activision's greedier-than-ever business model:



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I don't buy their games anyway.. but probably gamers will accept it and they'll get more money with this shitty maneuver. Let's hope they get a setdown as in BF for EA.



duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8808363

Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=9008994

green_sky said:
Pemalite said:

I buy them every year.
But this is the first time since the franchise started I will not be making a purchase, no singleplayer, no buy.

Actually enjoying my stint with Call of Duty: World War 2's story at the moment.

Okay. Good to know. 

He has a legit reason it seems. I would be the same as him most likely if I were a COD fan. I would only buy for single player as well.

Touble is with COD and some of these other games is that I feel like they have almost become like console wars. Fans want their game to be "the" game and thus regardless of how shitty it gets they will still buy it. It's their team, essentially. CoD versus Battlefield or some shit. They can brag it sold more, or has more concurrent players ect.