Requiring a monthly sub to play a DLC just doesn't make sense from a console point of view. I doubt that the pricing will be different for consoles and PCs.
The DLC model is buy it once and own it or more specifically, own the right to play it forever. That model for PC mmos already exists in GW2.
Can't imagine ZOS would try to muck it up the pricing. Keep it simple and charge $19.99, $29.99, or $39.99 for DLCs depending on the amount of new content and forget about the Rube Goldberg pricing schemes.
What madness is this?
Is that how you constitute democracy in your country?
The "rich peoples'" opinion somehow has more weight?
I, as a paid subscriber, think this is a horrible idea.
This is a business where the product owner sets the rules of use.
There is no place for democracy and consensus, the final word belongs to the company.
Yes, in the business world, people with more money rules, is not new.