EA Remains Committed to Microtransactions, and That’s Partially Our Fault

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Game publisher Electronic Arts took it on the chin late last year when fans vehemently objected to the use of microtransactions in Star Wars Battlefront II. The backlash was so bad EA temporarily removed paid purchases from the game in order to retool the system, but gamers and even lawmakers are concerned about how these paid features are implemented across the industry. EA has reaffirmed its commitment to microtransactions, though. In its recent investment call, CEO Andrew Wilson said microtransactions aren’t going anywhere. As irksome as that might be, it’s kind of our fault.

Source: EA Remains Committed to Microtransactions, and That’s Partially Our Fault – ExtremeTech

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