H1Z1 microtransactions will only include things that are "fair"
Sony Online's president runs down the current thought process on in-game purchases.
Recently revealed free-to-play MMO H1Z1 will be home to "fair" microtransactions, according to Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley.
Among the things that will be sold for real-world money are advanced emote packs (basic emotes will be free), item crates, and character slots, the latter of which he said "feels reasonable."
What will definitely not be sold are things like guns, ammo, food, and water, nor boosts related to any of those things. "That's kind of the whole game and it would suck in our opinion if we did that," he said.