Call of Duty Advanced Warfare
Random unlocks are often a burden in multiplayer games. They take away all sense of progression and replace it with a sense of luck, rewarding players only for sinking hundreds of hours into the game. Call of Duty Advanced Warfare’s drop packs offered up various customization options and powered up versions of its arsenal. They were decent rewards but could be avoided completely. The DLC changed this, making the explosive Blunderbuss weapon only available after earning a certain amount of drop packs. It seems ridiculous to have to earn something you already paid for.