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Submitted by john2 856d ago | news

The War Z Developers Finally Admit That It Was Their Fault For Misleading Players

DSOGaming writes: "Man, things got out of hand with The War Z. Yesterday we posted a lengthy feature for it, and here we are today with another news story for it. Sergey Titov, The War Z's executive producer, has spoken to both GameSpy and PCGamer. In his first interview with GameSpy, Sergey sounded like a complete... well... you know what. Thankfully, it seems that Sergey has realized how foolish he was for acting like that, and finally admitted that it was their fault for misleading people over the Steam release of The War Z." (PC, The War Z)

aliengmr  +   856d ago
Didn't have a choice really. I mean there is really no hiding from it.

I thought they wanted to make this game f2p with some MTs. I remember thinking "How are they going to make money?" when it was first announced. Anyone remember that or know why they changed it? (though its probably obvious)

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