The game has been lauded for being a worthy sequel, albeit not without intense scrutiny for switching to a free-to-play model.
Yeah, I'm sure of those 25 million downloads, most people are really up in arms about their exploitative microtransaction scheme. Really.
Come on, we know it sucks, but it's not like this sort of thing is new anymore. Games are shit, free to play is going to ruin existing mechanics and systems by locking them behind paywalls and making "insert credit card" a mini-game in and of itself, news at eleven.