The label will warn buyers that a game possesses in-game purchases.
Paladins becomes the latest target of review bombing on Steam after a controversial new update adds pay-to-win elements into the game.
The game deftly rips apart the greed and pointlessness behind loot boxes and pay-to-win microtransactions.
More cosmetic loot boxes will likely be added though.
The various strategies indie devs employ prove that loot boxes aren’t a necessary evil.
Such additions won’t be made until the game leaves Steam Early Access.