Xeir stop trolling these forums, you don't know what you are talking about and can't empathize nor use common sense as proven by my prior post.
The reason that people pay for the additional content is because more advanced units are more interesting to play(or more desired):
If wargaming/Sega denies this premise I would advice them just to give every unit away as people would clearly not spend a dime on units.
Me and all others have been promised not to get our content wiped or progress reset, yet this happened. - In other words; we have been excluded from more desirable units, that we/I consciously played to obtain.
I'm not interesting in getting good at a game which requires me to play 100+ matches to unlock new heroes, which seems to be what the new pricing suggests. If there is a competition in ping pong and you are told the value of winning is x, and suddenly just as you have trained the value of the price decreases - is a case of fraud.
I as many others think compensation for hours grinded in to this game is well deserved as no wipes were promised. I am not speaking of a 100% compensation, but sure, 80 - or even 50% would be nice - despite the steep price increases.
Total war haven't even admitted that they promised no wipes and weren't able to stand up to it, again, shameful and pity behavior. If they didn't delete their article on patch 11 and no wipes, and instead explained their deep sorry for our time wasted I wouldn't be here writing this. I don't know if Sega and the wargaming will ignore this obvious pathetic robbery, to which I think a visit from the European Consumer Committee IS my response.
Edit: I don't like suing other companies, but since both Sega and Wargaming has had no problems doing this in the past. So to anyone having problems with this, please refer me to your post regarding how horrible and how much you criticized Sega for suing level-5 and wargaming project Tank in the past.