That would be asking someone like me or in similar situations to give up playing completely. That is a non-start. There are plenty of ways to play online that will never see a single cent go to Hasbro. So, it better to say, just keep on playing how you are playing and ignore Hasbro attempts to monetize. It is not like their tools are needed, asked for and in a lot of cases asked for.And that's exactly what Hasbro are - quite literally - banking on.
In this case it's quite possible that the only way to win really is not to play, or at least not to play in the way they want us to.
Stick with whatever tools you are using today. Support your favour VTT (Fantasy Grounds, Roll20, FoundryVTT or whatever). Use whatever means you use to communicate online like Zoom or Discord.
To be frank, there was no way I would move to a WotC D&D VTT only environment. First, I already use Fantasy Grounds for D&D and many other RPG systems. Second, if I could not use Fantasy Grounds for future D&D products, still would abandon it as I have too much invested into it for D&D only. Third, due to the structure of Fantasy Grounds (like other VTTs) I can create add-ons with some ease, and I have items available (free) at the Forge for Fantasy Grounds.
Have just written the above, I am realizing how out of touch Hasbro must be with the current VTT user base. Especially those who pay for content, we really will not be interested in purchasing items over or elsewhere. With Fantasy Grounds, I have and running: D&D, Call of Cthulhu, ICONS, Mutants & Masterminds and Savage Worlds for starters. I and I believe others would want a Swiss Army when it comes to VTTs, not something limited to just OneD&D.