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is it true...?
I heard that paradox is changing its dlc price policy and will double the price of every dlc starting september 20. Is that true?
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Me Sep 10 @ 12:55pm 
Why ask and not search?
Yes, double. September 13, but only for northern lords and Iberia.

https://www.pcgamesn.com/crusader-kings-3/dlc-price-markup
B Sep 10 @ 1:34pm 
i doubt friend and foes will be over $6.
i like it quite a bit....but i wouldn't pay over 8 bucks for it.
Last edited by B; Sep 10 @ 1:34pm
Demiurge Sep 10 @ 7:29pm 
Originally posted by Rindenberg:
Yes, double. September 13, but only for northern lords and Iberia.

https://www.pcgamesn.com/crusader-kings-3/dlc-price-markup

according to that article all future dlc as well. That's pretty greedy and scummy.
we're talking dlc that is already overpriced at 15-20 is gonna be 30-40. Wow, they are out of their damn minds.

I love this quote from them "we're doing it to keep up our quality level with the increase on all Flavour Packs and related content.” lol what bs. They want to piss on us and tell us it's raining.
Last edited by Demiurge; Sep 10 @ 7:33pm
Fang Sep 10 @ 8:02pm 
Shocker: Paradox & crappy DLC practices.

More news at 11.
The price change affects flavor packs only. Full expansions (such as Royal Court) and event packs (such as Friends & Foes) will remain at their current price point.
CatLover Sep 10 @ 8:40pm 
Its because of inflation.
CatLover Sep 10 @ 8:41pm 
Originally posted by Demiurge:
Originally posted by Rindenberg:
Yes, double. September 13, but only for northern lords and Iberia.

https://www.pcgamesn.com/crusader-kings-3/dlc-price-markup

according to that article all future dlc as well. That's pretty greedy and scummy.
we're talking dlc that is already overpriced at 15-20 is gonna be 30-40. Wow, they are out of their damn minds.

I love this quote from them "we're doing it to keep up our quality level with the increase on all Flavour Packs and related content.” lol what bs. They want to piss on us and tell us it's raining.

That's lunacy.
PDX loves to nickle and dime their customers. The new dlc is noticeable that it's lacking.
Ratchet Sep 10 @ 10:01pm 
Originally posted by PDX-Trinexx:
The price change affects flavor packs only. Full expansions (such as Royal Court) and event packs (such as Friends & Foes) will remain at their current price point.
You know you guys are going to the The Sims route with how you're releasing dlc.
That's not a good thing either.
Urza Sep 10 @ 10:53pm 
Originally posted by Ratchet:
You know you guys are going to the The Sims route with how you're releasing dlc.
That's not a good thing either.
Lol, the sims releases on the order of $120-130 per year of "dlc".
Paradox averages $20-30 per year for their games

The entire strategy game market monetizes their games with periodic DLC, its gotten fairly standardized, and they've got to make money somehow, its capitalism. Its like a subscription to an MMO, except its a lot cheaper, you can choose not to pay for content that isnt worth it to you or wait for a sale, and once they're done with a game you still get to play it forever.
Gee such a raw deal.
tilarium Sep 11 @ 2:02am 
Originally posted by Urza:
Originally posted by Ratchet:
You know you guys are going to the The Sims route with how you're releasing dlc.
That's not a good thing either.
Lol, the sims releases on the order of $120-130 per year of "dlc".
Paradox averages $20-30 per year for their games

The entire strategy game market monetizes their games with periodic DLC, its gotten fairly standardized, and they've got to make money somehow, its capitalism. Its like a subscription to an MMO, except its a lot cheaper, you can choose not to pay for content that isnt worth it to you or wait for a sale, and once they're done with a game you still get to play it forever.
Gee such a raw deal.

Nothing will top EA and the Sims DLC pricing model. Sims 4 is currently sitting at $984.43 for all of the DLC, that's not even counting the base game.
Demiurge Sep 11 @ 10:23am 
Originally posted by Urza:
Originally posted by Ratchet:
You know you guys are going to the The Sims route with how you're releasing dlc.
That's not a good thing either.
Lol, the sims releases on the order of $120-130 per year of "dlc".
Paradox averages $20-30 per year for their games

The entire strategy game market monetizes their games with periodic DLC, its gotten fairly standardized, and they've got to make money somehow, its capitalism. Its like a subscription to an MMO, except its a lot cheaper, you can choose not to pay for content that isnt worth it to you or wait for a sale, and once they're done with a game you still get to play it forever.
Gee such a raw deal.

yes ea is worse. That doesn't mean that paradox is an angel....
Demiurge Sep 11 @ 10:24am 
Originally posted by CatLover:
Its because of inflation.

more like an excuse
Originally posted by Demiurge:
Originally posted by CatLover:
Its because of inflation.

more like an excuse

You do realise that games are a luxurious product.
If you took half that effort for complaining about food products rising or gass etc maybe that would actually help instead of coming across as entitled.
Elazul Sep 11 @ 11:37am 
Originally posted by Rindenberg:
Yes, double. September 13, but only for northern lords and Iberia.

https://www.pcgamesn.com/crusader-kings-3/dlc-price-markup

Gross. This just ensures I'll never buy future DLC until it's deeply discounted and possibly from a third party key seller as well.
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