Trion Worlds has dropped the subscription price of its PC MMO Rift with bigger savings given to those who pay annually.
An annual subscription previously cost £71.88 per year – or £5.99 per month – but this has now been lowered to £59 per year. This works out at £4.92 each month.
A six-month subscription is now £6.49 per month, or one payment of £38.94, down from a monthly fee of £6.99 or £41.94 every six months.
The three-month subscription remains the same at £7.99 per month or a fee of £23.97 every three months.
Rift went on sale in March 2011. The PC fantasy online RPG is one of a handful of big subscription-based MMOs on the market including World of Warcraft and Star Wars: The Old Republic.
A beta version of the game’s mobile iOS app went live earlier this month.
Many MMOs over the past year or so have adopted a free-to-play model such as DC Universe Online, EverQuest II and Aion.