Alright, the CoD argument also has no point whatsoever, so I'm just dropping that now.
Except for one part:
"There's no proof that they make these maps after launch."
Just like there's no proof they make it before launch.
The day one DLC maps are on the disc, yes, because the DLC releases right after launch. Those DLC's are made before release. Those DLC's also are free if you pre-order the game or get the Limited Edition, which is literally the same price as a regular copy. Every other DLC isn't made before release, though, or at least there's no proof that they aren't.
"EA got rid of online passes so wouldn't be seen as THE WORST COMPANY IN AMERICA."
Which proves my point...
People hated them even more for their Online passes, and it negatively affected them, so they got rid of it.
"I really don't think Ubisoft got rid of it for the people."
Then why'd they do it? What possible reason would they have to get rid of it if people didn't care?
"How would paying for PS+/Gold and getting a online pass make sense?"
Which is exactly why people hated it. It only affected rentals/pre-owned games, but it was still annoying to a lot of people.
"If anything Sony/MS force them too."
Sony/Microsoft can't force EA/Ubisoft to do sh*t. EA/Ubisoft did it so they could make extra money. Nothing more. They jumped on an opportunity.
"We decide what they do?"
You bet your ass we do.
"We can't force big companies to do anything."
We absolutely can.
Online passes are one big example.
Games themselves are another thing.
Notice how game companies constantly change games to what consumers want? Exactly.
If a company sells blenders at $50, and no one buys them, you think they're gonna keep the price at $50? No, they're gonna drop the price.
We vote with our wallets.
"People complain about COD yet they buy their DLC/Camos. "
Because the people that complain about CoD don't actually mean it, as they keep buying it. Either that, or they just blindly hate.
"Let's see would you rather spend $5 for 100K or play THE GAME and get the same amount of money?"
Did you miss the entire point of my comment?
"What will the car do in the long run?"
I used this as an example, not as a point to be discussed.
"Who are they really pissing off?"
The people looking forward to heists...
"I bet you half the people quit playing the game after the first month."
So that's even less people to buy cash cards. Your arguments are kinda counter-productive...
"I wouldn't be surprise that 20% of the people who bought GTA V is still playing it."
"It's boring with nothing to do once you hit a high number."
So how is holding out the one thing that could rekindle your Online mode and pissing off your remaining fanbase gonna help at all!?
BrokenLizard: How's it feel to have a low double digit IQ?
I mean, you literally never bring anything meaningful to discuss, and when you do, it's all delusional nonsense.
How about you can talk when you come up with something worth talking about, yeah?