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Submitted by SactoGamer 742d ago | news

Open beta for MMO Warframe attracts more than 1M players

According to game developer/publisher Digital Extremes, more than one million gamers are taking part in the open beta for Warframe, the company's upcoming free-to-play sci-fi online computer game. (PC, Warframe)

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TheSoundDefense  +   742d ago
I can't say I'm too displeased at the increase in F2P games, really. There's some part of me that takes an odd pleasure in seeing the world adapt to technology with new business models. I'm weird.
ATi_Elite  +   742d ago
F2P is really cool!

Some F2P gams are really good and worth a micro-transaction or 2 or 3.
Statix  +   742d ago
I played the game for a couple hours, and it seems incredibly limited and repetitive, even by free-to-play standards.
landog  +   742d ago
thought it was cool and has promise, given some more time it could be a really unique and fun co-op game

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