Battlefield V's paid currency for cosmetic items won't come until after the game launches.
One of Devil May Cry 5's most promising features could be hampered by its decision to sell players shortcuts.
Devil May Cry 5 will include a way to spend real-world money, but it's not as bad you might think.
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A premium currency lets Battlefield V players nab some cosmetic options by throwing down extra coin.
It appears Bungie has taken a small step back to pushing microtransactions.