Yesterday, Bungie added some expensive, unexpected microtransactions to Destiny that will let players level their characters (slightly) faster in exchange for (a lot of) real-world money. In light of that news, I'm curious how much y'all have spent on the game so far. Back when Destiny's in-game microtransaction system launched, emotes were they order of the day. Now that we've had a few events like The Festival Of The Lost and the Sparrow Racing League, the number of things players could theoretically spend their money on has greatly expanded. I'm curious to see the numbers on this one.
Destiny Players: How Much Have You Spent On Microtransactions?
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Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human are all coming to the PC, all exclusively to Epic’s store, Epic said today at Game Developers Conference. Other games whose PC versions will come to Epic’s store exclusively include Control, Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, and Afterparty.