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Infernum on Free-to-Play: ‘If you do it good it’s extremely fair’

Prior the recent launch of the official closed beta testing phase for Dragon’s Prophet, Electronic Theatre was given the opportunity to sit down and discuss the forthcoming videogame with the people behind the release; Runewaker Entertainment’s Tony Tang and Infernum Productions’ Andreas Weidenhaupt. Launching into a crowded market as a free-to-play title is never going to be easy, but the team believe that being fair to the players is the key to success. (Dragon's Prophet, Industry, Infernum Productions, PC)

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