I really don't get the season pass concept. I get that it would be nice to save money by buying the DLC in bulk, and that Ubisoft would like to encourage me to buy all the DLC even at a discount. I also get that Ubisoft would like to have my money upfront to help fund some of the development cost for the DLC. But why would I pay for something when I don't even know what exactly I'll be getting for my money? I've rarely seen season passes tell you exactly what you'll be getting ahead of time. I may only be interested in one or two DLCs that come out, and may not want any multiplayer DLC, but if none of those are even announced when the game is released, how am I supposed to know what I'm buying? I'm not going to just blindly trust that I'm going to want everything the season pass covers. I'd rather take the risk that I'll end up wanting every piece of DLC and end up paying full price for it than the risk that I'll waste my money on pieces of DLC I won't want.
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@stargate it all varies on the amount, for bf3 it was 60 dollars cuz u got a lot of DLC. Previously in ACR one pack was 800 points. It will vary depending on how much you are getting.
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