2. This is an issue I am only dimly aware of and if it is true they did that, it's a pretty low move.
Erm, yes, it is their fault.
This really sucks. What is the point of a Season Pass if you don't get all future content?I missed the part where an entire campaign is two missions, can you point out where that was said? There's also an extra two multiplayer maps on top of it.
And 20 bucks is an insane asking price for this. The game isn't exactly content-heavy to begin with.
I'm more surprised that people expected an entire expansion to be given away to them.An "Expansion" is more than 2 missions, a couple new leaders, and 1 new mode...
I miss the days where expansions added a sequel's worth of content to a game...
Also, I guess everybody missed the part where this was absolutely not outlined as something you were going to get as part of the season pass.
It's not 343's fault that you all set yourselves up for disappointment despite the information already available being perfectly clear.
1. The season pass NEVER specified that there was DLC that would be exempt from it.
2. They've deliberately changed the season pass description at least once, and this was AFTER people bought it.
3. Season passes, unless specifically specified, are supposed to include ALL DLC.
And those maps had better be free, since 343 has said any new maps will be free...
I can confirm that it's true, however people are twisting it a little.
This is the original description of the season pass:
"Grow your war chest with the Halo Wars 2 Season Pass. The Season Pass delivers regular updates that span more than six months and include: New Leaders with abilities that change the course of multiplayer battles, new Units that add to your multiplayer arsenal, a new campaign expansion with exclusive missions, and even more content to be announced soon."
This is the new version:
"Grow your war chest with the Halo Wars 2 Season Pass. The Season Pass delivers regular updates that span more than six months, including: New Leaders with abilities that change the course of multiplayer matches, new Units that add to your multiplayer arsenal, new Blitz cards to collect and take into battle, and new campaign missions that expand the Halo Wars 2 story."
This is also something that only happened on the Windows store. GameStop, Amazon, and I assume many other places still use the original description.
The only change is that they swapped out "campaign expansion with exclusive missions" to "new campaign missions that expand the Halo Wars 2 story. It still supports the fact that 343i didn't lie about any of this. At all. We're still getting Spearbreaker but we now know it's only two missions. But that doesn't change anything. Two missions or not, it still expands the story and adds more missions to the campaign. People are changing the definition to make it sound like the word 'expansion' has
to be this giant package of content.