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Submitted by CranberryPub 834d ago | news

WildStar To Release This Year And Other New Info

GamerZines writes:

Last week in an unassuming conference hall in Brighton, NCSoft and Carbine Studios gave select members of the gaming press a detailed look at WildStar.

The sci-fi MMORPG was first announced way back in 2011, but since then details have been rather hard to come by regarding Carbine Studios’ debut game, but thankfully that ends today. Due to embargos we can’t reveal absolutely everything we saw at the event, but we can share with you the following choice chunks. (PC, Wildstar)

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Chrono  +   834d ago
Which business model will it use? Monthly fees?
CranberryPub  +   834d ago
Carbine Studios has yet to commit to this game being either free-to-play or subscription-based, but I'd put my money on the former.
Bimkoblerutso  +   834d ago
I like the art style (kinda reminds me of Jak and Daxter), but I'm pretty much through with the MMO scene until there's a serious shake-up. I've bought into the promise of "revolutionary" gameplay one too many times to get excited for these anymore.

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