Vogster's free-to-play online shooter CrimeCraft launches its episodic Bleedout campaign this weekend, with some of comics' greatest artists lending their vision to each chapter. Who's in? Check out the trailer.
Free-to-play MMO Crimecraft has been refused classification in Australia, on the grounds that it uses drugs as an "incentive or reward".
The FPS-MMO-WTFBBQ CrimeCraft offers a "free unlimited trial" by the end of October, according to publisher Vogster Entertainment, which will effectively move the game into three tiers - free, $5 and $10 subscriptions.
CrimeCraft developer Vogster Entertainment is allowing its players to dress fashionably thanks to a partnership with Atticus Clothing, according to a press release, new screens, and a trailer released recently.