Submitted by Lavalamp 359d ago | news

Breach & Clear: Bowling warns against forcing free-to-play into games

Breach & Clear developer Rob Bowling has stressed that free-to-play models cannot be forced into games without sacrificing in quality. If you’re going to go free, it has to make sense he says. (Industry, Robert Bowling)

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