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Age of Conan’s new free to play system is paying off

Funcom’s Age of Conan is actually doing better now thanks to the free to play setup they just launched a month ago. Yea I know, Age of Conan might not seem good for some, I even thought this MMO was dead. But this is actual proof that free to play can be as profitable as monthly fees.

How good are they doing now? well in just a short span of time, they have quadrupled their server activity and doubled in revenue. It could go down in the coming months since this free to play plan is new, but 300,000 new players have joined to try out Age of Conan. Regardless, this is a win for them, their doing so much better now even when it first came out.

This free to play plan seems to be the IT thing now in MMO’s. Giving the players the chance to play the game for free with some restrictions, and adding an in-game store to earn money. It’s a win-win strategy for both players wanting to dodge the monthly fee and a company that needs to earn. We got Lord of the Rings Online, Dungeons and Dragons Online, APB Reloaded, now Age of Conan. It’s effective, and getting famous fast.

I’ve actually tried APB Reloaded, yea it’s free but not my kind of game, plus it’s such a demanding game in the graphics department. Since Age of Conan is free, might as well try it for myself too. No harm in trying, right? we’ll see.

 

Congrats to Funcom for finding a way to keep Age of Conan alive….. for now. If you wanna try out Age of Conan: Unchained, head over their official site to get started.

[Source: Gaminformer]

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