At today's Credit Suisse Annual Technology Conference, Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick discussed his stance regarding free-to-play games.
Spoiler alert: He's not too fond of them.
During the conference, Zelnick pointed to low paying player percentages and general lack of quality as reasons for his disdain towards most games in the free-to-play games market, stating:
"The problem with the free-to-play model is 95-97% of people who engage with your content don't pay for it. 3-5% do; on a good day, 10%."
Furthermore, Zelnick elaborated on the fact that 100% of gamers who play video games published by Take-Two pay for them.
One of the more blatant reasons as to why Zelnick isn't too privy to F2P games is due to the fact that, for the most part, they're simply not that good.