It looks like Pokemon Unite's microtransactions may actually be pay to win as stat boosting items obtained with premium currency.
AION Classic has been out for one day, and despite that it seems as though NCSoft will have its hands full trying to assure current players that its monetization model doesn't inspire pay-to-win comparisons. This is due to the way its currently being handled, especially as players can spend money for in-game items to then sell for in-game currency.
Trailers come in many forms, from cinematic to gameplay and even accolades trailers meant to promote how well a game is doing. But they serve a purpose: to drum up excitement about a game. Since last Friday, Bradford has been stuck with the FFXIV Endwalker trailer in his head, and he's not sure that's happened for a few years where a trailer left an impression.
In a new forum post outlining some upcoming changes to the marketplace, the ArcheAge Unchained community team insisted that these changes would not offer a Pay to Win advantage.