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Submitted by midnightambler 917d ago | interview

Dragons, dinosaurs, and Transformers: RuneScape’s CEO on the future of free to play

Free to play is the future of gaming, even for traditional game publishers, according to Jagex Games Studio CEO Mark Gerhard. He talks to GamesBeat about the rush to the free-to-play model, Jagex's potential market value, and the development of upcoming MMO Transformers Universe. (Industry, Jagex Games Studio, PC, Runescape)

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