Dungeons & Dragons Online did it. Lord of the Rings Online is doing it. More and more massively multiplayer online games are switching to a free-to-play model, but none quite as fast as Hi-Rez Studios' online shooter Global Agenda.
Realtime Worlds' massively-multiplayer sandbox game APB finally has an official release date: June 29 in North America and July 1 in Europe. How much will players have to pay to play?
Turbine marks three years' worth of plunging players headlong into the magical world of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth with discounts for folks who'd like to stick around a little bit longer.
While players will still have to pay to play Realtime Worlds' massively-multiplayer online game APD, head honcho David Jones says they won't be paying a flat monthly fee.