I don't complain about discounts often, but lately it's really getting out of control for TSW (and TS). At the time of writing this post, every single item except for Main Spessart Bahn is on sale. Now maybe it only feels this way, but it seems like almost all older DLCs are on sale for about 75% of the time. Great for gamers on a budget, but not very supportive of those who buy DLCs as they come out, or pre-order them. Sure, pre-ordering gets you a discount as well, but the sale discounts are often more than the 20% you get off for a pre-order. If DLCs can be on sale so often, and for so long, why can't they just be a bit cheaper to begin with, and have smaller or less frequent discounts? With the way it currently is, I feel like players are encouraged to hold off with buying a DLC, since it'll be on a massive sale in a few months anyway. At least, that's the feeling I'm getting every time I see a new tweet about a sale. As a side effect, these sales also work into the hands of key re-sellers. Buy on a 60% off sale (like the base game is now), then when the sale is over, sell them for something like 30% off. That's just something that's going to happen when prices fluctuate heavily.