Ubisoft Support Blames Players For Loot Boxes, As TRIALS RISING Will Have Loot Crates & Cosmetics

Ubisoft Support Blames Players For Loot Boxes, As TRIALS RISING Will Have Loot Crates & Cosmetics

Ubisoft Support Blames Players For Loot Boxes, As TRIALS RISING Will Have Loot Crates & Cosmetics

The only reason why loot boxes exist is you, at least according to Ubisoft Support, as "if players simply didn't buy these crates, they would not be added into games in future," including Trials: Rising...

Trials Rising is a highly-anticipated comeback of the acclaimed gameplay with a plenty of new features, more competition and fresh visual look. This time, players will compete all over the globe with fun and elaborate tracks located across several continents, from the wilds of Yellowstone Park, doing triple backflips off the Eiffel Tower in Paris, to navigating massive drops on Mount Everest with snow storms looming.

RedLynx's upcoming title will also feature optional loot crates and cosmetic items, as Trials Rising will give players the freedom to customize and share any outfit or bike skin they want. After the ultimate failure of Star Wars: Battlefront II, many consumers still don't trust this practice and Ubisoft Support recently answered some of the community's questions regarding the implementation of loot crates in games.

According to Ubi_Warlock, these loot boxes are "intended for players who want something to help them stand out from the crowd when playing online, or even just those who are big fans of the game and want to support us further," Ubisoft Support explained. "It also helps us to put more money into new titles and to understand what players look for in their games. If players simply didn't buy these crates, they would not be added into games in future."

It seems that Ubisoft took some notes from Bethesda and their "if you want us to stop releasing it [The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim], stop buying it" approach. From a legal standpoint, loot boxes are not just a US problem, as Belgium and the Netherlands' Gaming Commissions have called them out in FIFA 18, Dota 2, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, and Rocket League for illegal gambling activities.



Experience the excitement of motocross racing as you take on your competition on crazy tracks around the world and explore the limitless content from the trials community.

Trials Rising will launch on Xbox One, PS4, PC, and Nintendo Switch on February 12, 2019.
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