Many users are unhappy with the DLC and microtransactions abundance of in modern video games . As we found out market research firm NPD Group, more than a quarter of Americans are spending money on such content.
According to NPD, among American men and women aged 13 to 54 years around 28% of people buy DLC and microtransactions invested in the last three months. Basically, money is not a pity to men and adolescents. And on microtransactions their money spends more people than DLC – 23% vs. 16%
About half of those who have never paid for microtransactions and DLC, confident that the proposed content for the extra money “is not worth it.” And 16% believe that the content should be initially included in the full version of the game. Although 78% of respondents agreed to pay a couple of dollars for some unusual weapons, or improvement, 68% of respondents believe that micropayments in modern games to no good in the end will not.
It should be noted that this survey covered all current platforms, but not all of the games. Questions about microtransactions were associated with Battleborn by Destiny Gears of War Ultimate Edition GTA V and of Halo 5: Guardians . About DLC asking players of Battlefield 4 Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 of Fallout 4 Lego Star Wars The Force Awakens and Super Smash Bros. Wii U. And among mobile projects in the survey were Candy Crush Saga, Candy Crush Jelly Saga, Clans of Clans, Game of War: Fire Age and Pokemon Go