Some people have been voicing their concerns about Gears 5’s microtransactions and in-game economy, suggesting that the pricing and grind, for those players that don’t want to buy things with actual money, is not fair. The Coalition’s Rod Ferguson responded via Twitter saying that “we’re learning and improving as we go”, but also pointing out that the “majority of content is free”; way more than was free in Gears 4.
It’s not. The majority of content is free in Supply Drops (free for playing) and in the Tour of Duty (medals and objectives). This is waaaay more free content than Gears 4. And with quarterly Operations giving even more free content including maps and modes. Just getting started https://t.co/Gj18fy0agG
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