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PostSubject: PlayStation Network's Top Add-Ons Dominated by Destiny Microtransactions   Sun Nov 01, 2015 7:34 am

Destiny's microtransactions have proven to be quite popular among PlayStation gamers, as three of PlayStation Network's top five add-ons are packs of Silver, the shooter's in-game currency.

According to PSN's list of Top Add-Ons (via Reddit), the 1000 (+100 Bonus) Silver option for $10 and 2000 (+300 Bonus) Silver for $20 are the second and third most popular purchases, respectively. Interestingly enough, the only add-on more popular is the game's expansion, Destiny: The Taken King.

Meanwhile, the season pass for Minecraft: Story Mode ranks in fourth, just ahead of Destiny's 500 Silver option, which priced at $5.



Earlier this month, Activision and Bungie revealed its pricing scheme for Destiny's microtransactions, which launched just a couple weeks ago. Players can use Silver to purchase emotes from vendor Tess Everis in The Tower.

Some fans have expressed concern over the game's addition of microtransactions in fear it might impact gameplay and character progress. Bungie creative director Luke Smith has since responded to the outcry, saying: "We aren't (nor are we planning) on selling consumables that buff King's Fall drop rates for Silver."

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PLAYSTATION NETWORK'S TOP ADD-ONS DOMINATED BY DESTINY MICROTRANSACTIONS
Share. The Taken King expansion at number one.
BY ALEX OSBORN Destiny's microtransactions have proven to be quite popular among PlayStation gamers, as three of PlayStation Network's top five add-ons are packs of Silver, the shooter's in-game currency.

According to PSN's list of Top Add-Ons (via Reddit), the 1000 (+100 Bonus) Silver option for $10 and 2000 (+300 Bonus) Silver for $20 are the second and third most popular purchases, respectively. Interestingly enough, the only add-on more popular is the game's expansion, Destiny: The Taken King.

Meanwhile, the season pass for Minecraft: Story Mode ranks in fourth, just ahead of Destiny's 500 Silver option, which priced at $5.


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Earlier this month, Activision and Bungie revealed its pricing scheme for Destiny's microtransactions, which launched just a couple weeks ago. Players can use Silver to purchase emotes from vendor Tess Everis in The Tower.

Some fans have expressed concern over the game's addition of microtransactions in fear it might impact gameplay and character progress. Bungie creative director Luke Smith has since responded to the outcry, saying: "We aren't (nor are we planning) on selling consumables that buff King's Fall drop rates for Silver."

What do you make of Destiny's new microtransaction system? Sound off with your thoughts in the comments.
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