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Yeah they definitely will catch up because PUBG keeps helping them. Just like popularity jumped dramatically when PUBG first called them out for copying. PUBG needs to be chill otherwise they'll just dig their own grave with this title.BillMurphy said:I really like Fortnite, but I do agree that right now, PUBG is more fully-featured and well rounded. FNBR is playing catch up for now. But I doubt it'll take them long to get there.
You could argue that its already been a thing since a lot of f2p games sell dungeon charges/resets, which pretty much give you as many shots at a particular daily/weekly instance as you're willing to spend. But its spreading to almost every game though. I mean people do have to realize that some practices are fine in certain payment models for various reasons, but there is a line. Companies are just pushing and it feels like they are working together to do it. What makes this kind of funny is that this is news a week or so before Destiny 2 is going to be live on pc (which of course has micro-transactions)Octagon7711 said:Use or license it out. One reviewer I once watched on YT said he was afraid that one day it would get to the point in which companies would charge gamers on a per-skill-use basis. "42000 melee coins if you want to try and take down that world boss." "Don't worry, on sale."
Been a mmorpg gamer since 2003 and few real life friends as well we started at same time none of us care at all about housing. I don't understand how so many people care about housing in a mmorpg. Do you like playing with dolls too? I'm in for the combat part or I would play sims if not.
Has to do with being engaged in the world and having a place in the world over just "appearing" after a login screen.
Probably more for people who are more interested in the world aspect than just a "game".