Entries in 'f2p' (126)
Jagex is one of the oldest names in free-to-play games, having launched RuneScape in 2001.
Shops can help sell free games, says free-to-play specialist Jagex.
Free games are not a threat to triple-A console releases.
The CEO of Take-Two has expressed scepticism about the potential of publishers to make significant money from triple-A free-to-play games.
The launch of Xbox One and PS4 is awash with free games. Or rather, freemium games. Glorified demos that if players want full access to, they’ll have to pay.
EA has halted development on the free-to-play version of popular RTS franchise Command & Conquer and disbanded the team working on the title.
Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed that PS4 RPG Deep Down will be a free-to-play title.
One analyst has speculated that the time may be nearing for Activision Blizzard’s World of Warcraft to make the jump to free-to-play.
Namco Bandai’s free-to-play frenzy seems to be continuing.
Ubisoft is to resurrect the Tom Clancy EndWar brand.
Xbox 360 is getting another free-to-play war title – Crytek’s Warface.
Outspoken EA COO Peter Moore has moved to clarify statements he recently made about free-to-play and online games.
Publisher Electronic Arts is working on implementing some form of free-to-play into all of its major franchises moving forward, says Peter Moore.
Killer Instinct is not a free-to-play game, a key Microsoft exec has argued.
The fourth F2P Summit will take place on Thursday 10 October 2013 at Rich Mix in Shoreditch, London.
It’s a unique event that explores all aspects of F2P and freemium from ...
The FIFA brand is to be released in free-to-play form for the second time.
Gazillion’s free-to-play Marvel MMO has racked up 1.5m registered users since its launch on June 4th.
Microsoft’s lengthy certification process for Xbox Live updates does not sit well with free-to-play, the CEO of Wargaming has said.
Nintendo is giving 3DS game Steel Diver a free-to-play makeover.
Forgive me for opening with an 'As a parent' introduction.
A new Ridge Racer has been announced – although it’s probably not the game you expected.
In an increasingly fractured market there are less and less outright villains in the games business, save for one business model: free-to-play.
It seems inevitable that free-to-play will play a big part in the next generation of consoles.
The popularity of emerging business models and free-to-play has significantly reduced the scope for full-price triple-A success in the modern games market.
Lord of the Rings Online studio Turbine is developing a free-to-play arena battler based on the DC Comics licence.