Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 earned strong reviews at the time of its release and has maintained an active community of players. However, the game has repeatedly been criticized for its Black Market in-game store and its arguably predatory microtransaction practices, making it so unlocking everything will cost thousands of dollars. Now Black Ops 4 is once again under fire for its microtransactions, this time for selling what some feel is an overpriced reticle.
As of the latest Black Market update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the game is selling the Smiley reticle for 200 COD points. That roughly translates to $2 in real world cash, and at the time of this writing, there is no way for players to obtain the Smiley reticle in-game without spending money.
While many video games sell cosmetics for real world cash, many seem to agree that selling something as simple as a reticle for $2 is a little steep. What makes this worse is that this isn’t even the first time Black Ops 4 has sold something like this in its Black Market. Previously, it sold a simple red dot reticle for $1.
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