I would think that the difference would be that, we that have put the larger amount of rounds in the game, we have earned the right to better equipment for more distance, etc. Yes no difference in money spent theroy, but not having put the time in, only showed through when he had no aiming and recovery ability. Therefore what wgt is telling us, is that the more dedicated players, that have played more, and leveled up, aren't worth having anything better? No rewards? "Just show me the money!"
Still, a couple of points worth mentioning. It's only on the mobile platform. And I thought, even there, they are only equipped during coin matches.
Those matches don't affect average. And the coins earned through those matches are basically worthless. So, they're really not getting anything out of. To me, this is what they're doing
Apparel isn't purchased. You get points for winning H2H coin games and those points get you the apparel and then upgrade it with more points. It does cost a paltry amount of silver coin each upgrade but it's insignificant.
Since it seems to be all just about more cash in their pockets, don't you think it's just a start, that this might bleed into the pc version soon? Then what? Alot of the old timers are already complaining about how easy it has become to tier up on mobile version. This just magnifies the simpler way to get to the top. I know that they won't be able to hold their own, but still, just go to the pro shop, buy boost and level up faster, after that, buy apparel, move even faster, OK, now get either the plus package, or premier package you'll get there really quick. Next on the list, buy your tier, pick what you want, pay a one time fee?