Let's think about it. We recently have games like Star Wars Battlefront and Rainbow Six Siege, which both outright lacks single-player campaigns because much more emphasis was put on online multiplayer and over-priced, useless skin pack DLCs that no one really gives a shit about. We also have The Division, where while it does have a "Single Player Campaign", you are still required to be online in order to play any part of the game which sucks because there's always a chance of Ubisoft shutting down the servers if something goes wrong.
Not to mention, most of the games that are recently released in late 2015 to present day are starting a trend where almost every highly anticipated video game gets half-finished and still gets released anyway for the full price, getting r@ped by greedy d*ck brain game publishers for more of our money.
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Correction, they're ruining AAA titles. Indie games are still going strong.1