Entries in 'f2p' (69)
Harmonix has said that its free-to-play shooter Chroma needs a significant rethink.
Star Wars: Attack Squadron has been abandoned by Disney just four months after entering closed beta.
EA has entered the next stage in the evolution of its lucrative FIFA franchise by opening up its free-to-play PC title FIFA World to all.
Recent changes to Xbox Live have not liberated Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online from its Xbox Live Gold requirement.
It is only a matter of time before studios are able to convince console users to splash out on in-game purchases without a major backlash.
Ben Cousins has left Scattered Entertainment to pursue a job as a free-to-play games consultant.
The people behind Tekken and Soul Calibur are working on a new F2P fighter called Rise of Incarnates.
Call of Duty. New Super Mario Bros. Dark Souls. Halo. Uncharted. ALL games must become free-to-play, according to Candy Crush maker King.
DICE, Sony and Lionhead veteran Ben Cousins has launched a spirited attack of what he argues is the wrongly maligned free-to-play sector.
Obsidian Entertainment believes its new online military combat title can hold its own against Wargaming’s world-dominating World of Tanks.
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.
Hedge fund manager and Nintendo share holder Seth Fischer has urged Nintendo to move into the smartphone market.
Angry Birds creators Rovio says it is crucial that parents are made aware of the costs in free-to-play games.
The fifth F2P Summit will place on Thursday, April 24th and returns to the Rich Mix in Shoreditch, London.
“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.”
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.
Disney has announced its latest Star Wars game – a free-to-play space combat title by the name of Attack Squadrons.
Wargaming's World of Tanks has surpassed 75m registered players.
Crysis developer CryTek has announced a CryEngine-powered mobile game called The Collectables.
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.