Come on, Kofe. Don't be like that.People upset about trinkets and toys?
Who would’ve guessed.
As CDPR confirmed, it wasn't their decision.The snubbing of the US PC customer base and the lack of transparency as to why that decision was made is a huge slap in the face to those fans. What a woefully terrible choice. All this does is allow ebay sellers to gouge the people that really want one when that money could have gone to CDPR instead. Seriously, what the hell?
I suppose you think these fans should just forgive them and accept whatever stupid deal it was that signed away the satisfaction of a large portion of their customer base then, huh? Blame WB, not CDPR? This slap didn't just fall out of the sky, it was a deliberate action for some, currently, unseen reason, and that anyone in a leadership position at CDPR read this clause and shrugged it off is showing a huge disconnection from the reality of the situation; it was a terrible decision and an insult to a lot of people that care about this sort of thing.As CDPR confirmed, it wasn't their decision.
There's a lot that can go wrong with distribution deals these days, especially when we're talking about physical distribution. Bear in mind that CDPR is not the distributor in US(I think it's Warner Bros).
But no matter what went wrong, CDPR hands are most likely tied when it comes to open communication about this, certain agreements have been signed and there's an NDA section in there for sure. I understand it sucks, but that's the reality.
Yeah last year I thought that would finally change but it's Mass Effects Shepard all over again with the female version axed from the marketing, instead you get standard Video Game Hero with a gun.It seems that the gamestop CE only has the male V figurine. Aside from the regular game having only male V on the cover.
It's frustrating that it's 2019 (and will be 2020) and in a game about choices, the almost always place the male character for promotional purposes. I'll see if other stores have anything different.