Not bad for who? Obviously, for those who don't have rF2 is a fantastic deal. The ones that already have rF2 can perceive it in many different ways. This type of movements do have very complex consequences. While I agree on paid DLC as a way to promote the creation of more content and help improving the game, I also think that a very low entering fee is not fair. Making online free is a good way to promote online racing and also getting more people in due to the better deal. 14 euros for all available content + the game + online access. Many of us paid over 70 euros for that. How much will we be asked later for one car or one track? Will we get a less than one euro price which is the price newcomers are paying for what they are being offered? Will this sales boost rF2 numbers in such a way that the overall income is maximized by duplicating the number of users among which future economic needs will be split providing a better price for dlc? Is it realistic that someone that wouldn't pay 30 euros for the whole game considering all the free content, will pay 5 euros for a dlc pack? I hope so. I am really curious to see how much each dlc pack will cost. I hope to get such fantastic deals as the ones new users are getting.