As mentioned above all players will take part in this event, with the free pass also unlocking access to new items, albeit at a slower rate and lower levels of quality and rarity. Freebies don’t come with the XP boost so you’ll find yourself collecting the same basic rewards as everyone else. If you’re like me that doesn’t bother you, but if you need to www.mmobc.com have the latest and greatest of everything you’re going to want to purchase one of those premium bad boys.
Is it a good thing? On the face of it, sure – who doesn’t love new stuff? I’m all up in those new rims, baby. One of the core elements of Rocket League Prices beyond the obvious re-playability is the epic level of customisation available to the player when it comes to the vehicle used to dominate your opponents. I mean, let’s face it – the whole shebang can be an aesthetic marvel to behold. The pop culture references are genuinely rib-tickling and the graphics are seamless; the cosmetics of this game are almost as good a reason to play as the allure of the action.
On the other hand I know some true sceptics that don’t welcome features like this. I’ve spoken to some who believe things like this are akin to exploitation of easily swayed young gamers (and their parents), and that they’re indicative of a trend in video games and modern marketing within the industry: a weird parody of aristocracy in the digital age whereby money entitles you to more than does hard work. Of course most gamers don’t bat an eyelid at this kind of tactic from developers – you’re either old enough to know the score when it comes to paying through your nose for good content or you’re young enough that this has always been your reality as a customer.