It appears that Ubisoft’s action role-playing game Immortals Fenyx Rising will have microtransactions. This is at least clear from a current age rating.
As can be seen from a current age rating of the Australian Classification Board, Immortals Fenyx Rising is one of the titles that will make use of microtransactions.
Since an official announcement of the whole thing is still pending, it is unclear how the in-game purchases will look exactly. For example, boosters that accelerate game progress or cosmetic content would be conceivable.
In Immortals Fenyx Rising you slip into the role of the eponymous protagonist and demigod Fenyx, who is faced with the task of saving the gods of Greek mythology and their world from the effects of a dark curse. A humorous interpretation of the open-world action-adventure genre is promised, with an open world that will invite you to go on extensive tours of discovery at every nook and cranny.
In addition, according to the developer, you will be able to provide Fenyx with a variety of customization options and thus create your very own demigod. “Progression is varied, centered on the Hall of the Gods where players can upgrade Fenyx’s health, stamina or god-given abilities. In addition to upgrading Fenyx, the weapons, armor, and potions used can also be enhanced by defeating enemies and opening chests throughout the world,” Ubisoft said in a press release.
Immortals Fenyx Rising will be released on December 3, 2020, for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch.