Thanks to Evolve going free to play, the player base has grown rather signficantly. Can these numbers hold though?
As many expected, Turtle Rock’s Evolve is going to transition in to becoming a free-to-play game.
Mojang have released a free new strategy game called Crown and Council. Here’s a bit more about it…
Like other MOBAs, Paragon will be free to play. Or you’re free to pay for it, as a retail edition will be hitting shelves as well.
ARK: Survival of the Fittest is getting its very own international tournament. Here’re all the details…
Psyonix, are hosting a free to play weekend for Rocket League! On top of that, the game will be on sale, at 40% off for the duration of the event.
Lawbreakers, the multiplayer team-based shooter from Cliff Bleszinski and Co., is no longer going to be free-to-play.
Despite ARK: Survival Evolved not even being officially out yet, it has spawned a spin-off title. It’s called Survival of the Fittest, and it looks a whole lot like The Hunger Games.
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.