EVE players lash out at CCP

Icelandic studio CCP Games is being threatened with as much as $1 million in lost subscription revenues, as uproar over the company’s microtransactions policy intensifies.

The Reykjavk studio has been told by a growing number of disgruntled fans they will not continue their subscription of the lucrative MMO Eve Online.

At the time of going to press, some 5,257 accounts are due to be cancelled in protest. An annual subscription in Eve Online costs €131.40, meaning the absconding players would represent a loss near $1 million – though the number is likely to climb further.

The expected mass-cancellation of Eve Online accounts comes as CCP Games looks to recover from a humiliating backlash regarding microtransactions.

For the all the details, head over to Develop.

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