Entries in 'free-to-play' (204)
DICE, Sony and Lionhead veteran Ben Cousins has launched a spirited attack of what he argues is the wrongly maligned free-to-play sector.
Only 2.2 per cent of free-to-play users spend any money on in-app purchases, a new study has found.
Free-to-play shooter Warface has reached 25m registered users, Crytek has announced.
Microtransactions on consoles accounted for approximately $352m in sales last year, research group Superdata has announced.
Dota 2 documentary Free to Play had over 5.5m viewers over this past weekend, according to Valve.
The Ouya team has announced a couple of initiatives that it hopes will bring relevance to the struggling console.
Obsidian Entertainment believes its new online military combat title can hold its own against Wargaming’s world-dominating World of Tanks.
Ubisoft's free-to-play shooter Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online will officially release next month, the publisher has announced.
The EU Commission must talk to UK games firms before taking drastic action against the controversial free-to-play business model, says UKIE.
Fable creator Peter Molyneux has warned that “brutal” and “greedy” free-to-play mechanics are inviting government legislation, something he believes will be detrimental to the industry.
With a new-look management team and two new business models, we find out why OnLive says it's ready to win over gamers.
The ability to advertise free-to-play titles as ‘free’ is under threat thanks to a new European Commission initiative.
Hedge fund manager and Nintendo share holder Seth Fischer has urged Nintendo to move into the smartphone market.
Eve Online and Dust 514 designer Craig Scott has joined free-to-play studio Bigpoint to take the reigns on a new unannounced MMO.
Angry Birds creators Rovio says it is crucial that parents are made aware of the costs in free-to-play games.
The Valve-produced Dota 2 documentary Free to Play will arrive March 19th on Steam, the company has announced.
Last month, the Office of Fair Trading issued principles to protect consumers from the aggressive monetisation practices used in many free-to-play video games.
A free-to-play take on 3DS title Steel Diver is coming to Nintendo’s eShop today.
The studio behind in-development hardcore racing sim Project Cars has revealed an altogether more light-hearted title.
“I think any time you re-make anything that is much beloved and has a great sense of nostalgia for people are going to be very protective of it.”
Popular multiplayer online battle arena title League of Legends supports 27m active players on a daily basis, developer Riot Games has announced.
Developers, publishers and retailers must make sure free-to-play games are appropriate for their audience, says Square Enix.
Tencent's free-to-play shooter CrossFire brought in revenues of nearly $1 billion in 2013.
Glu Mobile has released a RoboCop game on iOS that ties in to next month’s movie return for the Detroit law enforcer.
Sega is keen on bringing additional free-to-play titles onto the 3DS beyond its upcoming microtransaction-fueled racing game, Initial D: Perfect Shift Online.