They charge 15 bucks a map pack when collected. So yo get about 6 maps. And have already dropped 2, with a 3rd on the way.
That'll be $45 in addition to the $60 already spent on what was essentially a map pack to begin with.
That's freaking ridiculous. $105 on maps!
Of course people don't hav to buy them, but in my experience, people prefer to play on the newest maps available.
And the thing that really gets me is the speed with which they churn these out. It's obvious that they have most of these made by the time the game is released, or they are incredibly easy to make. Either way, it's the developer taking advantage of the consumer.
Now is the developer really to blame here, shouldn't the consumer be smart enough to not encourage this? Yes it's the developer's fault. They obviously could care less about the consumer; all they want is money.
If they did care, they would release a quality product.
each map should not cost just over $2