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It's a subject that was certain to raise some people's temperatures. During BlizzCon this past weekend it was brought up that Blizzard is looking to "monetize" their Battle.net multiplayer online service which has been free to use for all of Blizzard's non-subscription based games.
Now our sister site Joystiq has a quote from Blizzard's vice-president Rob Pardo who has a little more info on how Blizzard might go about making Battle.net generate some cash. Thankfully he states, " I think World of Warcraft is a great example to look at. We charge people if they want to switch servers or if they want name changes, things that aren't core to the game experience, they're really just optional things that some people want." He added, "We would never do something like say to get the full game experience, you'll have to pay extra." So it appears being able to play games like Diablo III or Starcraft II online for free is still safe and sound.
|Категория: World of Warcraft | Добавил: Khazad (28.07.2009) | Автор: Posted Oct 13th 2008 John Callaham|
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