Originally Posted by Zero
You get that crap for free every time you level up past level 20. It's all cosmetic and completely unnecessary to playing or enjoying the game. Kind of a weird reason to write off a game.
Moving on from shaders, Destiny 2's in-game shop has come under fire for offering gameplay-affecting mods.
These mods, which can be applied to armour and weapons, boost your character in some way. Take the Impact Absorption Mod, for example. This increases the resilience of the armour it's applied to, allowing you to absorb more damage. Another mod makes class abilities charge faster. You can see why you'd want mods.
It's worth noting that currently you can only buy rare quality mods from the in-game shop, and once you finish the Destiny 2 campaign, the Gunsmith vendor character sells legendary quality mods in exchange for easy-to-obtain weapon parts, but there's no getting around the fact you can spend real-world money to get a gameplay advantage in Destiny 2. Destiny 1 did not do this.
don't mind microtransactions in a free to play game but in one that is 60 to 100 bucks i'll pass
maybe when the price falls to 9.99