You have to remember that Steelbeasts Pro PE is a product that has had continuous updates and upgrades since it’s release to the public.
Most gaming companies will bring out a “game” that has a life cycle of maybe 1.5 years. The upgrade to that “game” is labeled “game 2”. You get free updates for “game” during it’s life cycle but the upgrades to “game” come in the form of “game 2” and often times cost more than “game” did. So you pay maybe $70 for “game”, get bug fixes and updates but after so many months “game 2” gets announced and its $80.
Those companies could simply offer it as an upgrade or DLC costing much less, lets say $40 but most times if there’s a new engine involved it’s re-titled, packaged and costs more then it should for max profits.
So although the title for eSims public version of their military trainer stays, the updates and upgrades over the years have improved it to such a level that by now it could be called Pro PE 5 or something and the company could say that you need a new dongle with each name change.
Am I making any sense here?