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Submitted by Lavalamp 412d ago | news

Dean Hall: “If DICE wanted to kill Arma, all they’d need to do is release modding tools”

PC Gamer: "Speaking at our PC Gaming World Congress last Friday, DayZ creator Dean Hall responded to an audience question about server-side games and what they mean for modding. Specifically, the question cited SimCity 4′s modding community and what’s happened with Maxis’ always-online SimCity reboot, which can’t support significant modding. Will the trend of developer-controlled servers mean an end to all mods?" (ArmA 3, Battlefield 4, Dean Hall, PC)

mep69  +   412d ago
They are too selfish to do that though.

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