So, I'm seeing lots of people complaining about the TITANS upgrade because it's not free to them despite paying more than some kickstarts. Fair enough, I see where they're coming from. Countering this, I see quite a few of the people saying - "but it's got a big discount", and PA themselves call it "a huge discount". But thinking about it - it hasn't. In fact, not only is there no discount, the 66% mark-down is more expensive than the content probably warrants. TITANS adds quite a bit of content no matter whether you want to call it an Upgrade, a DLC, an expansion, whatever. There's lots of content. 21 new units, and 5 TITANs, and this is certainly worth money, the devs spent time on it. But the discount of 66% for those who already own PA suggests that TITANS adds 33-50% more content again than PA (depending on the cost of PA when you bought it - $30-$40). It doesn't. At most it's 25%, the new units takes the game over 100, but that's ignoring the fact the game is far more than unit count - AI, Pathfinding, gameplay, etc, is already in the game and while there's some new stuff there too, it's not much, mostly it's new units. I'd suggest ballpark that an 80% "discount" would represent the value of the upgrade for the new content. If you actually wanted it to be "discounted" like their marketing is trying to make out it is, 85+% would be more fair. (For those who are curious - this is a prime example of "Anchoring" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anchoring). They set a high price then "discount" it by 66% if you own it to make you think you're getting a bargain - but you're not if you already own it - in fact you're paying more for the content than a completely new PA player who's paying full price!).