[Drop-cap]M[/drop-cap]icrotransactions have become one of the greatest evils in gaming. Paying for something trivial and unimportant is one thing. But having to reach deep in your wallet to buy essential parts of the game feels really out of place. Here are the 15 worst examples of microtransactions in video games.
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The ambitious 4 vs. 1 multiplayer game launched with a handful of hunters, three monsters, and a couple of maps. This lack of content quantity was only made worse with the announcement of the game’s season pass. Each skin was valued at $3, each character at $7.50 and $15 for the new monster. The section of the player base that had no interest in emptying their wallets for Evolve was impiety isolated and left behind. Evolve was always positioned as a hyper competitive eSport, and the high cost of entry meant that people’s desire to try out the unique title quickly plummeted.