Forget about it.
Bungie should allow the transfer of DLC codes.
I recently purchased Destiny the collections from ebay. The codes are not valid because they have been used. My issue is that, as a consumer I have always been able to buy and sell games. How Can Bungie Justify selling a product that fails to be an investment? No one should spend money on Games that can't be resold. If you get tiered of a game you should be able to re-sell it and use that money to buy more games. I don't feel robbed by the person who sold it to me on ebay. I feel robbed that Bungie, Activision, and Microsft are milking consumers. This is a truly disheartening issue. I have retained every gaming console, and all the games that go with them. My plan is to replay them when I'm too old to be active. If we are forced to repurchase a DLC every time we get a new email or account we are going to lose the thousands of dollars we invest in them. Essentially we are being robbed. Games are a life time investment. All the equity we hope to gain from them is gone. The life time amusement is now comparable to a one night stand. I hope people read this and realize the sadness we face.
[quote]equity [/quote] Video games have no equity. There are 60 dollar AAA games for sale at gamestop used for under $10 buy 2 get 1 free. [quote]If we are forced to repurchase a DLC every time we get a new email or account we are going to lose the thousands of dollars we invest in them. Essentially we are being robbed.[/quote] As long as you maintain your platform login data, your licenses will be tied to the platform. [quote]My plan is to replay them when I'm too old to be active.[/quote] You might want to reconsider or make very selective purchases if this is your plan. Many online games will eventually be taken offline. Only the games that do not require online connectivity will continue. That said, if it is digital content, one could argue that if for some reason, Sony, Microsoft, or whatever platform you have wanted to announce end of service that all digital content could be taken offline and rendered useless.
The fact that you have an option that says [i]Bungie[/i] should allow the transfer of codes shows your core understanding of the issue is flawed. Even if Bungie wanted to allow it, it's not up to them. It's up to Sony/Microsoft. In case you're not aware, when the Xbox one was announced, Microsoft was not going to allow [i]any[/i] used game sales, period. Everything was going to be tied to your profile, even if you bought a disc. It was only after the massive blowback that they changed it to what we have now. Developers have no say in how digital ownership is handled on the various platforms.
Blumpにより編集済み: 1/9/2019 12:36:30 AMJust an FYI...you can update your email address for your PSN, Xbox and Blizzard accounts if you ever have to get a new email address. You don’t even need access to the old account unless you forget your password.
Hi there. If you purchased the Collection from a third-party site, you'll need to contact the person you bought it from and request a refund. DLC codes aren't able to be transferred from one account to another for any game or console.