It looks like the patience of the Assassin's Creed community has come to an end. Fans of the most popular franchise, Ubisoft, have created a petition demanding the removal of the in-game store from future games in the series.
According to the petition, players are fed up with Ubisoft's monetization policy, and they, in turn, ignore the problem. Assassin's Creed fans cite Valhalla as an example, which continues to transform the series into a "simulator" of microtransactions.
In addition, players are outraged by Ubisoft's pricing policy. The goods in the in-game store are much more expensive than the game itself, and the seasonal pass does not guarantee access to donated items.
More than 2,200 users have already subscribed to the petition. By the way, Assassin's Creed has a circulation of over 1.7 million copies.