Free to Play Cast: LawBreakers Goes B2P, ARK Makes a F2P Mode Ep 174
There have been quite a few "flip flops" this week as we take a look at LawBreakers going buy-to-play, ARK adding a F2P mode, and Tree of Savior not really knowing what to do Founder's Packs wise. We break it all down and more. All that and more on this week's Free to Play Cast!
01:55 LawBreakers Goes B2P
16:39 Tree of Savior Early Access SNAFU
24:09 ARK: Survival of the Fittest Review
33:40 Weekly Bombs (DA-Bomb / A-Bomb)
46:46 Questions and Answers of the Week
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Question of the week :
I have to say it's multiple things but yes Landmark is one of them, I lost 100$ because a Company decides an MMO is no fun but a better looking Minecraft is fun.
Daybreak is generally refusing any refunds.
The second one would be Skyforge, the game itself is not that bad but way to repetitive and even thought the Open world areas look beautiful they are used way to rarely, the should have used all they have and create a traditional Open world MMO and not an Instance based MMO.
another thing is, Star Citizen will happen, not because is spend 200$ on the game but because Chris Roberts and the team of Cloud Imperium Games are putting way more work into the game then any Game before. The amount of work even beats GTA by Miles.