The ex-head of Blizzard is considering introducing tipping in games

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Mike Ibarra, who headed Blizzard until January of this year, joined the Twitter I was thinking about a new type of game monetization. He said that as a gamer, he recently delved into several single-player games and while playing them, several times he thought that the developers would exceed the usual $70. they deserved an extra $10 or $20 in “tip” after finishing the game.. He mentioned games like Horizon Zero Dawn, God of War, Red Dead Redemption 2, Baldur’s Gate 3 or Elden Ring, which do not contain microtransactions or try to force players to make additional payments.

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At the same time, he himself admitted that the proposed voluntary tipping system probably does not meet with the understanding of the players. However, Ibarra believes that the developers of some truly exceptional games deserve additional support. Reactions to this statement vary. A number of users, for example, note that such a system will he threw more for small indie games, which do not have such commercial potential. In the case of traditional AAA games, even these additional revenues will mostly go to the publisher.

Source :Indian TV

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