- Jan 31, 2010
But that's the good thing about having a free market, there are now a long list of sims to choose from with plenty of DLC's. If the prices of rF2 are not competitive, their sales will reduce, which will prompt S397 to lower prices. Don't you think every company has considered this in their price calculations?Exactly, perspectives and value. Why people criticize rF2 DLCs is the value. rF2 is not alone in the market and if you get stuff elsewhere for far less, why bother getting an rF2 DLC. Sure, S397 needs money to keep going, but if the prices were more competitive, I, personally, wouldn't mind getting some content.
If it's worth it to you, good. If it's not worth it to some, understandable in my opinion.