- Oct 5, 2010
Looks like a slightly uprated Halo 1 so as F2P I guess it's cool, but I wouldn't sink money into this.
Perhaps I phrased it wrongly, it came across like SoE have never done anything right.InterAirplay said:But they made the first one.Rawne1980 said:
And the first one was profitable and well-liked enough to get it's own sequel.
Fine, that's good. If it's like League of Legends, you don't have to spend any money on it and the game will improve over time, regardless of your investment.Mr.K. said:Looks like a slightly uprated Halo 1 so as F2P I guess it's cool, but I wouldn't sink money into this.
First I was like :|vansau said:Planetside 2 is going to be free-to-play, but Sony is keeping mum on just how this is going to work out.
Then I was likevansau said:But here's a hint - we like League of Legends a lot.
Yeah, seriously, how can you you mix them up? A console-manufacturer makes a PC-exclusive, and a PC MMO developer makes a console-exclusive. What's so confusing about that, huh?Frizzle said:Ah dang, you're right. Guess I wasn't thinking clearly.FelixG said:They wont be competing at all really. Dust 514 is a PS3 only game and as far as I have seen Planetside 2 is only coming to the PC, so they may have a little overlap but they wont be competing against one another.Frizzle said:Planetside 1 was awesome fun. Used to love playing that game. I also have just been introduced to LoL. I can see nothing bad coming from this combination
Though that means SOE is going to be competing with CCP in the sci-fi first person shooter market with Dust 514. Not that I dislike competition, but I am *really* looking forward to CCP's shooter.
But until all that happens, I'll have BF3, so bring it on Sony.
Not to mention that if PS2 came to the PS3 (snicker) then it would be a little unfair to pit PS3 players against PC gamers