I’ll just say that if you make a single player only game you beat once and never touch again, that’s quite different then a game with a heavily supported multiplayer component. It really depends on post launch support and if that’s the case, then there has to be more compensation on top of the original purchase price.
That’s why I’ll play via Game Pass and if a game is taking up a lot of my time, I’ll buy extras to show my support.
Take Horizon Zero Dawn vs Gears 5. Both have campaigns. But only one has MP and got great post launch support (Gears 5 just got a free major update today). This kind of free post launch support warrants a MTX store for the devs effort. Again it’s all cosmetic and not pay to win. Same goes for Sea of Thieves. Tons of free updates and content.Last edited by sales2099 - on 17 November 2020