It’s all about the economy of the game: “Gran Turismo 7” has a very large number of unlockable cars. As usual, users often have to pay for this with in-game currency, which is distributed to complete in-game activities. However, the developers were so stingy that it took several hours to earn enough money even half way to secure the dream chariot. There is also a maximum number of credits that users can earn.
Of course, there is also the easiest way: to get a real wallet. Please allow developers to purchase real-money transaction cars – sometimes at very exorbitant prices. This combination leads to the conclusion that players have been deliberately pressured to use microtransactions. Consider a game that costs around 80 euros for the PlayStation 5. Among other things, the community responded with “review bombing”, that is, leaving bad reviews on sites like Metacritic.
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