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Submitted by Ackis 1912d ago | news

DDO Unlimited Attracts Over 1 MIllion Users

Turbine has announced that DDO Unlimited has already attracted over one million new players since its September 2009 launch. DDO Unlimited's paid subscriber base has more than doubled, while at the same time players are transacting in the new DDO store at three times the industry average, growing the franchise's revenue over 500% since its launch in September. (Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach , PC)

Credit url: curse.com
joystick555  +   1912d ago
...really?
Ackis  +   1912d ago
It is free now, I can believe it.
Slinkey  +   1912d ago
I always thought DDO would have been a good game for free to play / micro transactions. The mmo was created with a big budget in mind so when you have a great interface, graphics and gameplay that is free to play many people take notice. Also a key thing turbine did right, dealing with the store, was that anything from the store can be bought once you gain enough quest points so taking the extra effort to not pay anything for the game still pays off :D.

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