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Submitted by Tolkoto 536d ago | opinion piece

How Steam’s Early Access and Kickstarter are a double win for developers

Buying into a game in Early Access earns players full access to the finished product, much like Kickstarters do, albeit with fewer options on what players get. That hasn’t bothered fans who contributed to DayZ’s phenomenal sales of 1 million units in one month, which comes to (based on its current Early Access price) $29,990,000 in raw sales. That’s a lot of zombie fuel. And development is still ongoing. (DayZ, Dev, PC, Steam, The Next Car Game)

NagaSotuva  +   536d ago
I'd pay extra for a racing game with zombie drivers.

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