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Sogreblute said:

The $20 DLC is fine, it's the $10 fee to upgrade your game that's the issue. Like if other companies can offer free upgrades and even Sony have done this with Spider-Man and Sackboy, then why can't they do it to this?
What baffles me is if you own the game you should be able to get the next generation version for free. Like you already paid your "fee" buy buying the next generation system. Haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, etc are apart of the system's features and yet it's being locked away from you until you pay more money. That's like if on PC you buy a new GPU or any PC part, or getting a new PC then paying to upgrade your games to take advantage of your new hardware. Also $70 sucks, if these companies try this on PC they would see backlash and loss of sales.

Why? In what industry is that a standard? I paid for movies on VHS, Laserdisc, DVD, Super-bit, Blu-ray, director's cuts. Why do they keep charging me since already paid my "fee' in the 80s. Why do I need to pay Netflix extra to see the same stuff in 4K instead of 1080p.

Haptic feedback, adaptive triggers, etc don't simply work on their own. FH4 doesn't work with a DS4 either, I had to buy a 360 controller, outrage! Why doesn't every game on PC support VR automatically when you by a headset!

I paid CAD 160 for FS2020 ($120) for a beta version basically, so that $70 price point is pretty generous in comparison. It sold pretty well.

What baffles me is that people continue to complain about companies charging money for optional features. You bought a game for PS4, it's complete and uses all features of the PS4. Why would that entitle you to a free upgrade to a different system with extra newly added features?