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Submitted by Prcko 902d ago | news

How Ubisoft developers stopped fearing free-to-play

Ubisoft's adoption of free-to-play business models is part of a push to create what is being described as a "resort" mentality that can cater to all players types, online editorial director Elizabeth Pellen told Polygon today. (Industry, Ubisoft)

Godlovesgamers  +   902d ago
"How Ubisoft developers stopped fearing free-to-play"

They gave up on making games for gamers and turned their full attention and dedication toward their board members.

Way to go Ubi, to me you were the last chance to show dev's and publishers how to do right by gamers. Respect lost.

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