Fans outraged by Persona 3 Reload’s new Expansion Pass as negative Steam reviews flood in from those who already invested over $100 on premium editions

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Persona 3 Reload gamers are review-bombing the brand-new Expansion Pass for the JRPG on Steam after it was disclosed that the pass will certainly set you back $35.

Last week, Atlus disclosed the Persona 3 Reload Expansion Pass, with DLC readied to debut through the pass today in the kind of new outfits and songs tracks. Crucially, Episode Aigis: The Answer is completing the DLC offerings later on this year in September with a complete remake of the initial epilogue-style development from Persona 3 FES.

Now that the Expansion Pass is real-time for gamers to buy, it’s been disclosed that it sets you back $35 in overall. Over on Steam, gamers are responding adversely to the cost, with 137 customer testimonials for the Expansion Pass, offering it a general ranking of ‘Mostly Negative.’ 

“People who bought the $100 digital premium edition or $200 Aigis edition should be entitled to this,” reviews the leading customer testimonial for the Expansion Pass. Another likewise adverse testimonial states, “I wish it came with the base game instead of another 35 bucks, but whatever.”

Another trouble that gamers are elevating is that, today, you’re efficiently taking down $35 for songs tracks. Only ‘Wave One’ of the DLC is out today, which uses songs tracks from Persona 5 Royal and Persona 4 Golden to play while you’re discovering Tartarus in Persona 3 Reload.

In May, you’ll obtain outfits to use while diving right into dungeons, along with even more songs tracks in ‘Wave Two,’ while Episode Aigis: The Answer complete the DLC with ‘Wave Three’ in September. With just the initial wave of DLC readily available today in the kind of songs tracks, gamers are stating that the DLC tracks just aren’t worth the $35 asking cost.

Elsewhere, however, expert Persona 3 followers are preparing to safeguard Yukari throughout once again when Episode Aigis goes down later on this year. The return of The Answer has a great deal of inactive sensations gurgling to the surface area, and it’ll interest see exactly how newbies make out with the epilogue come September. 

It took 86 hours for me to understand that I enjoy Persona 3 Reload (and possibly JRPGs generally)



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