Or you could, like Destiny 2, try to cobble as many of these systems together as possible. Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris, out earlier this week, is a $20 paid content drop, naturally a part of the "large, paid expansion" concept. With Curse of Osiris, however, I'm starting to feel it creep into the rest of the game and poison my experience. At Eververse you can buy "Bright Engrams" with real money, and those Bright Engrams contain much of the game's coolest looking equipment, be it ships, shaders, unique armor or emotes. Eververse is not pay-to-win, even if you can get yourself a few relatively useless blue weapon mods along with your bright engrams.
Source: Forbes December 07, 2017 15:56 UTC