The Hive at Boston.com: The big payoff when video games are free
Here’s one way a video game company can get gamers to try a new release: Make it free.
A number of game studios, including several based in Massachusetts, have embraced the free-to-play model for new game products. That includes some of the big boys. According to a Bloomberg News report early this fall, giant video game maker “Electronic Arts Inc., whose ‘Command & Conquer’ is ranked by researcher NPD among the top-five best-selling PC franchises of all time with more than 30 million copies sold since 1995, will make the game free online next year.”
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