Losing profits to Battle.net? It's all eventually going to the same company. Obviously Destiny 2 coming out on Battle.net exclusively is part of an effort to expand the service as a marketplace, and bring all Activision-Blizzard titles under the same banner giving them complete control.
Destiny 2 makes sense: It lacks a PC player base so without selling on Steam, Origin or Battle.net; there would be a small reception and fewer sales than work they've invested into the port. CoD on the other hand, would just be investing money to loose profits (giving away a large sales % to Blizzard).
Yeah, that seems to be the general plot. What's weird is map hacks etc. never seemed to run rampant out of PC bangs when StarCraft, League were on top.
I'd hazard a guess that autoaim programs are just significantly easier to implement, or give you a greater advantage. In Blizzard's defence OW is certainly not the only FPS to experience cheating, and maybe it's the popularity of the game that seem to inflate these reports making it seem like a bigger issue than it is.
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Oh what a wonderful world it would be if only shit games got poor sales. But no, personal taste aside I've been hearing that both Watch Dogs 2 and Titanfall 2 are miles better than the originals, despite achieving much poorer sales.
So... is that a good thing or a bad thing?