Personally I’m psyched that Fallen Earth is now F2P, since I really wanted to keep playing it but didn’t want to keep up another subscription. At this point, I’m juggling three MMOs without a single subscription fee and wondering how I got so lucky. I think GamersFirst did a great job with the different tiers of F2P/subscriptions, offering a choice for just about all play levels and interests. For me, this means that I’m dropping down into pure F2P at the slightly snarkily named “Scavenger” tier. It’s been a little bit of an adjustment, but not as huge as I was fearing. Instead of focusing on selling quest packs or putting a cap on levels, GamersFirst decided to focus most of the penalties for F2P on crafting. So now, free players have to contend with longer (~6 seconds) scavenging and harvesting times, slower crafting speeds, an 8-hour maximum allotment of daily crafting time, and so on. Since crafting is such a core part of the game, it’s going to be an adjustment to the slower pace for me, but it’s not so bad that it’s driving me nuts. And since I get everything else for free, I’m not fretting it…. Read full this story
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