Blizzard “Overwatch 2” creator Blizzard has released a controversial survey about the potential value of its skins. Initially, many players considered it final, but the game developer says that it has not been decided yet because the cost of cosmetics was just “random”
Expensive ‘Overwatch 2’ coins?
Blizzard says the price of the “Overwatch 2” skin is not yet final.
As “Overwatch 2” inches closer to its upcoming release on October 4, several changes have already been made to make the game more playable and player-friendly.
Back in June, Blizzard said it would be ditching loot boxes as an alternative to Beat Pass in “Overwatch 2.” This is just part of a small arrangement that will happen soon.
Recently, Kotaku discovered that the company is becoming increasingly curious about player feedback regarding the potential value of certain game skins.
Blizzard released an online survey that scored online. Specifically, the developer asked players if they were willing to spend $44.99 on a legendary skin. They were also asked if they would like to purchase the legendary skin for $24.99.
Although the price for the “Overwatch” cosmetic was not yet finalized. Many players are already worried about the company’s “aggressive” monetization that could happen a few months from now.
NME reported that a Blizzard spokesperson confirmed that the survey was only released to examine player preferences regarding the cost of cosmetics.
“This survey aims to better understand players’ preferences for different types of Overwatch 2 cosmetics. The prices shown in the survey are adjusted according to each user’s preferences and are not indicative of final prices. We would like to share the details. We plan to have our store and Battle Pass system close to our Oct. 4 launch,” the representative said in an emailed interview.
‘Overwatch 2’ survey doesn’t go down well with players
With the results of the survey, “Overwatch” players hope that Blizzard will consider the value of its game. The majority of responses indicate that many gamers are not happy with the expensive cosmetics they can buy.
According to one Twitter user, he would “literally” buy “Overwatch 2” at any price rather than buy the paywall items within it. Many commentators quickly agreed with his statement of buying the game at full price and owning it without any side issues.
On Reddit, another person said the recent blizzard is a display of greed and a “dark future” in the gaming industry. For him, the money situation in the business is getting worse, considering that “Overwatch” is a F2P (free-to-play) game.
When “Overwatch 2” arrives on October 4, it will replace the original episode that has been around since 2016. Of course, you won’t lose your old stuff. In the previous game because you can transfer your content to the next one. Continuity game.