Sales make sense for games that have been on the market a long time or performed poorly at release.
If you're not selling copies then people aren't playing it at all. It doesn't matter if they don't play it much when its on sale. At least they play it or have a chance to play it. And you make some money vs no money.
It also works the opposite way - if I missed out on some early discount and need to pay more now to experience the game i probably wont bother. It feels like a "bad deal" to pay more than someone else did.
@korwin: I think in general the 600 series Nvidia cards with an i7 and 8gb of ram will perform better than PS4 versions of multiplatform games. Anything above that and you'll be getting better settings and better framerates/resolutions. Anything before that might have to make compromises.
I agree with his criticisms but I also had fun with the game. I had no problem with the combat design and I understood the amount of combat/violence in the context of a videogame which should provide game-like segments.
I do agree elizabeth didn't live up to expectations and hype.