There was a rumor last month that Activision and Treyarch might be ditching the multiplayer season pass. Apparently, the rumor wasn’t true. Now we are hearing that Activision will be changing how they approach DLCs.
According to Activision’s support page, the DLCs sold for Black Ops 4 will be sold as a complete bundle. So players will have to go all in or get nothing at all, since DLCs will not be sold separately from each other. In the past players had the option to purchase the DLCs individually if they wanted to.
This is more expensive than if you were to buy the entire season pass, but cheaper if you’re only after one or two DLCs. It’s a system that has worked for years. Last year’s season pass was priced at $50, versus the DLCs which were sold at $15 each which meant buying all four would cost $60, $10 more than the season pass.
Activision says, “We’re redefining the digital content season for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 by delivering more content with more frequency.” By doing this, it could help prevent spikes in the player base since players would have either buy all the DLCs or buy nothing. This will be interesting to watch.
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