A free to play version of Konami’s hit foot on ball game Pro Evolution Soccer? Bah! Flimshaw! Anachronisms! That’s what the masses were shouting a couple of weeks ago, because clearly Konami would never ever consider such a business scheme. Right? Hang on, my Metal Gear Solid V base has solicitors at the door, who want to sell me on some insurance…
Pro Evolution Soccer 16 Free-To-Play has been classified in Australia. Is Konami radically changing it’s premiere sports franchise for good?
Overwatch is dominating the news like an Unreal Tournament player on a kill-streak. There’s been a lot of talk about Blizzard adopting a premium price stance on Overwatch, a game with MOBA tendencies that seems to obviously geared towards the freemium market.
We already knew big brother was watching, but insights from a free-to-play producer show just how deep that rabbit hole can go.
Wildstar is finally delivering on its free-to-play promises – porting the entire game over to the payment model by the end of the month. Get ready!
Get a good look at how Lawbreakers plays when it’s just regular people like you and me behind the controls. It looks surprisingly fantastic still.
Want to give Evolve a whirl without dishing out any of your hard earned cash? This weekend is the perfect opportunity.
Guild Wars 2 is now finally completely free-to-play, just a few short weeks before the Heart of thorns expansion is set to drop.
Cliff Bleszinski and Boss Key Studios have finally revealed their first project – the gravity bending PC shooter Lawbreakers.
Games like DOTA 2 and League of Legends are the kind of escapist entertainment that I prefer to run away from, while fantasising of having the more toxic elements of that community lined up and drowned. And yet, I’m busy with SMITE. A proper MOBA. And I’m actually digging it.
Free-to-play has a dark cloud hanging over it, but sometimes it takes one game to push a ray of sunshine through the cracks.
Wii U exclusive Devil’s Third is coming to PC as a multiplayer-only “free-to-start” game