Future 2 has run into yet one more controversy after Bungie launched a $15 “Starter Pack” with an embarrassing assortment of in-game objects. The backlash was swift, prompting yet one more apology from the developer, who has now pulled the Starter Pack from shops altogether.
Future 2 microtransactions controversy comes amid dwindling participant base
Bungie supplied the Starter Pack — which incorporates three exotics, three cosmetics, and a few supplies — as a approach to onboard new gamers. Nevertheless, Future 2 gamers have identified that the whole pack is ineffective, and gamers can merely earn the supplies supplied very quickly by taking part in the sport.
“We’ve heard your considerations and agreed that there are different elements of Future 2 that new gamers ought to wish to dive into first,” Bungie wrote in its mea culpa, saying that it has now eliminated the Starter Pack. Nevertheless it was a weird choice to start with, contemplating the studio has admitted that Future 2 has hit a tough patch with a dwindling participant base but continues to make selections that additional dampen the expertise.