Ten years later, the Electronic Arts-owned RS Goldstudio is preparing to launch its first free to play the title, Warhammer Online: Wrath of Heroes. "It is often asked about taking our old games free-to-play, and in the case of Warhammer, we felt it was a different way to do it," he tells Gamasutra.
While a number of older MMOs have been free to play in recent years, says Evans, "there is a whole community who do not want that. We decided that there are plenty of things you have to do well in a free-a - the game to make it a success, from the size of the download in accessibility that allows quick access to the fun of the game, and we really wanted to rethink our offer with the wrath of the Heroes. "
The game is designed with a focus on "short-session" private entities that have been popular in Warhammer in the past, distilled out in their own autonomous experience. "We have built scenarios, and we are letting people play with the most iconic Warhammer does not have to level up," says Evans.
Players join a game and chooseTera Gold from a selection of heroes for the three-way battle between teams of six, and the sessions last about 15 minutes. "This is a huge change that puts in," he continues. "Now three sides, on the basis of what was good about Dark Age of Camelot ... still retains that sense of shifting alliances."
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