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  • The-Foxhounded
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    So let me get this straight, you release paid content that shows the stats on the screen before you purchase said items, change the stats without telling the people buying said items first, and then you make a post that we can't respond to saying you're nerfing the brand new armor(s) too.

    When are you planning to offer refunds on the products?

    Better yet, why are you changing the items at all? Leave them alone. It's a single player game. Nerfing and balancing are not the same thing.

    $20 says Ubisoft is going to have an ability in one of the DLC expansions that allows one more tier upgrade that gives all sets the ability to have a diamond slot and the paid armor sets are getting in the way of one of the features they want to sell to people.

    On a side note, how about the fact that It's been three months since people have reported the bug preventing them from using/changing Tattoos that they spent money on. It's like a sign that folks shouldn't spend money on Microtransactions...

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