Soul Calibur also getting the free-to-play treatment

Namco Bandai’s free-to-play frenzy seems to be continuing.

A translated Famitsu article from Gematsu says that a free-to-play version of Soul Calibur is currently in development for PS3. There’s no word yet on when it might be released.

The release follows the release of two other free-to-play Namco titles – smartphone release Tekken Card Tournament and PS3 and PC racer Ridge Racer Driftopia.

A F2P Ace Combat title is also in the works.

Don’t forget that Namco Bandai was also the first publisher to indulge Nintendo’s free-to-play curiosity by releasing an F2P version of Wii U title Tank! Tank! Tank! earlier this year.

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