Ubisoft’s intriguing action-adventure title Immortals: Fenyx Rising is due to be released on Nintendo Switch this December and it has now been rated by the Australian Classification Board. The greek mythology inspired adventure has been rated by the board as a Mature title and the listing also reveals that the game will feature in-game purchases. This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise for those familiar with Ubisoft’s recent games as they are usually filled with optional micro transactions for clothing, weapons and items etc. Immortals: Fenyx Rising is available on 3rd December.
Slow news day?
Well there’s one point in favour of Breath of the Wild…well, assuming this is microtransactions rather than DLC.
Technically BotW had something similar to microtransactions.
Lmao, in other words, you don’t actually care for making a great quality game that could turn into a series, you just want to milk money out of it. That’s all they’re really saying the second the say there’s in game purchases or microtransactions. I mean wow you’re making an entirely new game and trying to get it to appeal to as big an audience as possible and you’re first thought is to put microtransactions in it? Way to count your chickens before they hatch lmao.
you ok bud? its ubisoft – all of their games have money milking transactions
It’s Ubisoft so of course it does.
well that went from 0-trash quickly.
I swear in 2030 racing games will want you to pay real money to fix your cars. They will also try to sell you a virtual car insurance.
And if you don’t play along and unlock stuff by hacking you will end up in prison.