I totally agree with you.Jonah48532 wrote:I think people just need to quit feeling entitled to everything and work with what you have.
Why are people upset about free DLC?
This!! They seem to be updating the game to what it should have been. Launch was definitely bungled due to many reasons with Microsoft seeming to br at the tip of said problems. Personally I'm looking forward to more DLC/updates so I can finally enjoy Halo 5 in a complete experience rather than teasers and taste tests of game types *cough* doubles *cough* team snipers *cough*
If you cherish your $60-$100 you SHOULD expect more from a game especially if other games are coming out that have more content to delve into...
Black ops 3 the witcher the division and many other games all have paid dlc that loads you up in content. Even gta v that was rereleased on the next generation consoles get free dlc...
free dlc is cool if we were really getting DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT. But we aren't.... They are just updating your game you bought... Not giving you free dlc.
Because we prefer to pay for something than to get practically nothing for free.Jonah48532 wrote:Why are people upset about free DLC would you rather have to spend money on buying new content?
He completely ignores how huge the griffball community is and how the customs community literally revolves around infection and race. It's amazing how little fanboys know about our communities.gethtones wrote:^the denial is realLonghorn1011 wrote:Cherry picked points more correlative than causative. I'd guess the less "content" (myopically defined as the absence of certain fringe gametypes) has more to do with launching a stronger core of gametypes that function more mechanically sound at launch (a choice governed by MCC's poor launch and the emphasis the HCS and esports has been given) than microtransactions.gethtones wrote:-First halo game to have free DLC
-First halo game to have micro transactions
-Less content at launch than any other Halo game with the missing content being introduced in "free DLC"
From those 3 points it's pretty easy to piece together what's really going on and from there, it should be quite easy to see why people are upset.
Pretty safe to assume we have microtransactions because of the free DLC, not the other way around. And the free DLC option was chosen because of the weaknesses of paid DLC, mostly centered on the population splits it caused.
Maybe you should blame poor critical thinking skills instead?
I stated facts, you stated opinions and speculations.
"Fringe gametypes", really?
The remixes aren't bad if you look at the fact that they're just using there current sandbox and molding new forms with it. Don't be so progressive, accept and learn what they have. Just take it as a puzzle for right now and just expect to see new but familiar places within halo 5. They build off older builds and into new but similar, sometimes new ones. It can be seen as lazy, I can understand that. In a way, it may be. However, I see what they're doing when they want to build off material that's already present.LethalQ wrote:I can agree..... to me all we have received is darkstar, torque, and tyrant.... those are the good developer made maps... everything else has been cosmetics that don't matter, old content brought back, remixes, or forge stuff
if they would continue to bring me more steaks I would be okay.
(Bold) this, so much this!!!!! agree 1000% I literally laughed out loud when I read this because it's SO true!!!Ramir3z77 wrote:Is this a joke? The average modern gamer will accept whatever is thrown at them, usually only what everyone else is playing, then justify it with arguments like "Well I might be paying $100 in DLC, but at least I'm not paying $150 in DLC like other games charge me".Quote:I really don't like gamers now days, they are so picky.
Gamers aren't picky at all. Half of them aren't even smart shoppers (see the whole "BUT CONSOLES ARE CHEAPER" meme). Corporations love to take advantage of this.
also agree 10000% people don't seem to get this. Just because a person is saying something that isn't positive, doesn't mean that person hates the game or whatever. If it wasn't for negative feedback, halo 5 would still have load outs, perks, kill cams, kill steaks etc, It was feedback aka people saying they don't like these things that lead to changes in halo 5. FYI people!!So what if something is negative? Being positive isn't necessarily helpful either.TryHardFan wrote:Technically it is, but its negative connotation is what I disagree with.When was this in the Halo community? You tell people to stop complaining and people need to just enjoy what they have. That doesn't help improve a game. But then again anything that isn't strictly positive is labelled as complaining, so I suppose improving the game isn't that important.AceJD87 wrote:So from reading many of the forums, people are upset because they believed that some of content should have been in on launch date. Not added later. Here is what I have to say to that. SO WHAT!, the majority of the people wanted the game out ASAP. Even more so after the Beta came out. Games take time to develop. We should be happy that the game came out as it did, many rushed products usually have tons of glitches and bug that weren't meant to be there. I really don't like gamers now days, they are so picky. Back in the day when a game came out we focused on what was good about it, not what was bad. This is why the Halo Community cannot be what it once was. You who complain about the free DLC, should stop. 343 are giving these DLCs for free. Or would you rather have to pay for them? That it doesn't matter cause the stuff in the DLC should have been in there in the first place. I remind you to look at the start of my post. But to put it simply just stop, stop complaining.