Quote Originally Posted by Thurallor View Post
Why is a change in marketing strategy "false advertising"? As far as I know, no customers have spent any money on this update yet. So you have not been cheated. At worst, you could cite "broken promises", but until you put your money on the table, intentions are not obligations.
At this point many people are already disappointed, and more broken promises - real or perceived - becomes a very big thing to them. If you're VIP but didn't buy HD and were led to believe "free to VIP" included you for the new zone, yes, I can see that as a broken promise and a pretty big deal for people. It was not advertised as "free to VIP if you've already purchased HD" although that would've been good information to have in the beginning when it was announced.