Entries in 'f2p' (47)
Sybo is hoping to replicate the success of its hit mobile title Subway Surfer with a brand new endless runner release.
Blizzard will give its free-to-play card battler Hearthstone a big push with a TV ad that will air during the NBA and NHL finals in the US.
NCsoft’s sci-fi MMO Wildstar could be in the cusp of abandoning subscription charges.
It probably doesn’t qualify as free-to-play, but Nintendo is again tinkering with payment models, this time with the release of a new Pullblox game.
When Lionhead Studios made the decision to turn its latest entry in the long-running Fable franchise free-to-play, it knew one thing: not everyone was going to love it.
Blizzard has finally announced a release date for MOBA title Heroes of the Storm.
Upcoming movie Pixel will be joined by an associated mobile game from Bandai Namco.
iPhone and some Android owners are now able to play Hearthstone on their mobile phones.
Nexon has confirmed that it is bringing its Korean online FPS Ghost in the Shell Online to the West.
Nintendo has announced a second F2P Pokemon title – Pokemon Rumble World.
Free-to-play 3DS game Pokémon Shuffle has been downloaded more than 2.5m times since launching just over a month ago.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said that Nintendo’s smartphone games may well be free-to-play.
Carbon Games title AirMech Arena will be released on next-gen consoles, publisher Ubisoft has confirmed.
Wizards of the Coast is to make the next instalment in its Magic: The Gathering series free-to-play.
Free-to-play games will account for a “big chunk” of PS4’s revenues within three to five years, according to Sony’s senior account executive for F2P.
There’s another free-to-play game on the way to Microsoft’s Xbox One.
The rumours were true – Lionhead’s Xbox One and PC multiplayer title Fable Legends will be free-to-play.
Free-to-play may still be finding its feet in the console market, but EA has identified what it thinks may be a potential avenue for the business model.
Realtime Worlds’ online action title APB is making the jump from PC to consoles.
Smartphone hit Crossy Road is now available to download via the Google Play Store.
Can F2P be as successful on consoles as it has on smartphones? There’s every chance, Sony Online Entertainment boss John Smedley has argued.
The maker of smartphone hit Monument Valley has said that premium gaming lives on, despite the pressures of free-to-play and piracy.