Each of us can make an argument for whether we love or hate GameStop. We also can argue whether we like exclusive content or not. In the future, however, we may be arguing if we like GameStop offering exclusive in-game content.
GameStop and other retailers often work with developers or publishers to offer exclusive pre-order bonuses but GameStop’s plans may reach further after meeting with an investment group. The retailer outlined plans to R. W. Baird to consider “getting involved at the time of game development where there could be some content exclusive to [the retailer] included in the game.” This seems to indicate the desire to offer more substantial bonuses, albeit digital or physical, in the future by teaming with developers early in a game’s development.
Big titles have been offering console exclusive for some time and are becoming more prevalent. Call of Duty has been giving Xbox user’s…
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