Next-Gen Could Mean Lots of Free-To-Play Games For Sony

Next-Gen Could Mean Lots of Free-To-Play Games For Sony

Free-to-play titles could become a big focus for Sony in the coming generation.

In a recent interview at a media event, Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House says "We may well see free-to-play games on console be a much bigger factor...it will be a big part of the console landscape in this generation."

Certain developers are also interested in releasing free-to-play games, including Crytek who are changing their whole plan to support a free-to-play game business model. They are also releasing a free-to-play game for the PC called Warface, which you can read more about here.

CCP, developer of EVE Online also released Dust 514 last year, a free-to-play shooter MMO, exclusively for the PlayStation 3.

The PlayStation 4 releases on November 15th in North America for $399.

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