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The emergence of virtual goods has made it possible to bridge the gap between in-game and real-world value, these developers must make hard decisions about how to use these loot-tiers in such a way as not to make their players confused or misleading. Even though the game predominantly hands drops to players through random lootboxes, according to Vermintide game creator Marten Stormdal, Fatshark has not even thought of incorporating pay-per-click lootboxes to its game.

The game's creators have referred to the method as "the dark path of monetization." In the initial days of the game's release players interpreted Fatshark's inclusion of lootboxes was a cynical attempt to entice the direction of paid virtual goods, however Holmberg explained the system was designed to fix one of the first games' most pressing issues. "In the very first game when you played as an Elf, you received something like 90% elf-loot," he said. "That resulted in a significant number of people did not play with an additional hero. Therefore, we believed that lootboxes would be a good method to address this issue as you can access them to choose your favorite hero."

"Our principal goal when we create these games is to continue creating these games, and not to make money and use Ferraris," Stormdal said. "People may think that we're putting money in the bank, but I'd rather do this rather than spend it."

Although Path of Exile features blind-boxes that players pay real money to buy, Wilson noted that the cosmetic items contained within cannot be identified by a particular grade of rarity, which he describes as an intentional decision to keep the game's microtransactions isolated from the primary game's gameplay cheap WoW WoTLK Classic Gold