- Mar 10, 2011
No ones talking about console version though. BTW it's pretty funny how defensive you guys got over this.
All those removed sepcs were available in the beta. But Ubisoft gonna Ubi, so they removed them and they'll add them later for free. Why? Because that's how Ubisoft works. Pre-release Splinter Cell: Conviction screenshots showed some weapons that were not available on release. Month later Ubisoft announced that they're gonna release free DLC content every thursday or sth. And they slowly started to add missing weapons. This kind of bullshit wokrs on most dumb people butt grants Ubisoft some Kool Kredits, because retards think they're getting free shit when they're actually getting cut content.One big complaint I'd have is that game is bit unfinished and rushed out the door. Amount of cars is rather low, most cars don't have more than 2 specs available too which I'm sure will be added later. If you pay attention to AI cars you'll notice stuff like dirt spec mini. I'm sure there will be more cars coming as well. Look up unofficial car lists compiled before release from digging through promotional material or game files (even credits, for example Subaru). Question is if those cars will come as DLC or in normal patch (frankly considering it's clearly outlined what is part of season pass I'd expect to get some more cars in patches without forking over more money).
It's not even cut content in this case. Cut content implies that the content was removed because it was incomplete, of poor quality, or removed because it didn't fit in. This is intentionally withheld or locked content: It's completed, used in the game, and actually already on your computer, but locked off from YOU.This kind of bullshit wokrs on most dumb people butt grants Ubisoft some Kool Kredits, because retards think they're getting free shit when they're actually getting cut content.