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The definition of the term “free-to-play” is starting to get pretty hazy these days. While upcoming online shooter Dust 514 will still technically cost $0 when the game launches, developer CCP Games has announced a new batch of DLC that, at $19.99, will give purchasers early access to the game. And by early, we mean starting this week.
A new developer diary was released for the upcoming first-person shooter MMO, Dust 514. Many people may have already been informed that it coincides with CCP's other MMO, EVE Online, but what you probably didn't know is that if you lose in Dust you can lose in EVE.
CCP announced today that the official beta registration for their upcoming integrated first-person shooting MMO, Dust 514, is now open. The game is a PS3 exclusive, which means that you'll need to hop onto your PSN (or SEN) account for a chance to play the game during beta.
CCP Games has extensive post-launch plans for their MMO shooter DUST 514. At the EVE FanFest this weekend, they revealed that they've got a PS Vita app and an expansion pack in the works.
CCP has announced that the PlayStation 3 MMOFPS exclusive, Dust 514, will be free-to-play at launch. The game will directly tie into the EVE Online universe and gamers won't have to pay a dime to join the battle.
Considering that DUST 514 is an MMOFPS, CCP Games has put a lot of time into designing the firearms you'll wield. Today they discussed their philosophy toward designing these weapons and provided sample pictures of each type of weapon.
DUST 514, the upcoming PS3/Vita MMOFPS, will let players get behind the wheel of various land and air vehicles. Today CCP Games announced some of the details about how these vehicles will fit into the game.
It seems CCP overextended itself by trying to develop DUST 514 and a World of Darkness MMO at the same time that they're maintaining EVE Online. They've decided to scale back development of their WoD game.
In lieu of charging a subscription, CCP Games' MMOFPS DUST 514 will require players to shell out a small "cover charge." This fee will then be given back to you as in-game currency.
CCP's persistent online shooter won't be coming to "consoles," after all. It's coming to just one console: the PS3.
At this year's EVE Fanfest, EVE Online developer CCP Games showed a trailer outlining their vision for the game's future. Even if you don't play EVE, you'll get some entertainment out of this cinematic video.
EVE Online developer CCP Games revealed today that they've opened a fourth studio. CCP Newcastle, located in Gateshead Quays, will focus its resources on console game development.
CCP Games released the first trailer for their massive multiplayer shooter Dust 514. Unlike most first trailers, this one's got gameplay footage.
Today CCP Games revealed that they're developing a sister MMO to massive multiplayer space sim EVE Online. The newly announced DUST 514 isn't for the PC, though.