At the beginning of each Marvel Snap season, tons of data-mined content will be released to the public. This includes upcoming season information, new cards, and the topic of this article, bundles. Bundles typically cost premium currency, Gold, which takes a long time to save up without spending money. Data mines are a great way for players to plan their purchases accordingly and budget their resources to get the biggest bang for their buck.
However, the most recent controversy in Marvel Snap involved the Christmas Sugar and Spice bundle. This bundle was originally data mined to have a lot more valuable currency (Collector's Tokens) than it had in its final release. Naturally, players were upset that this change was made.
Reddit Response To The Bundle Change:
This is not the first time data-mined bundles have been changed. Some have claimed that Second Dinner sees which bundles the community is excited about and nerf them in the hopes that unsuspecting people will purchase them on impulse without noticing the changes.
SD has come forward to explain that data-mined content is always subject to change, and players should never take anything uncovered in a data mine as fact.
While both sides have valid points, this all stems from SD not providing players with a roadmap of bundles and allowing them to plan. Therefore, players can only look at the product in front of them and make an impulse decision about whether or not to buy it.
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