Ravaged is free-to-play and 66% off on Steam - briefly
(hx) 04:12 PM EST - Jan,12 2013
Ravaged, the FPS multiplayer online game from 2 Dawn Games, is free-to-play this weekend on Steam. The game along with its Clan Pack are also on sale this weekend for 66% off until the event ends on Monday, January 14 at 10am PST
Play Ravaged for FREE starting now through Sunday at 1PM Pacific Time. Plus, save 66% until Monday at 10AM Pacific Time during the Weekend Deal!
The Scavengers are an overpowering band of murderous savages hell-bent on taking every last inch of land and every critical resource for themselves. They will stop at nothing. Their success seems certain unless someone can rise up against them. The Resistance is the world's last best hope and humankind’s only chance to restore civilization. Days before the Apocalypse, these freedom fighters were able to seek shelter deep below the Earth, gathering just enough to survive. Finally, they are ready to emerge and rebuild the planet. But it’s a new world, overrun by the miscreants and madmen, warlords and hapless refugees. Only the most savage can survive.
last 10 comments:
(08:30 PM EST - Jan,12 2013 )
It's interesting to see how these failed experiments turn out to be free.
(12:13 PM EST - Jan,14 2013 )
Csimbi> It's interesting to see how these failed experiments turn out to be free.
Title is misleading, it's f2p only during weekend...Anyway, pass for me free or not.
(01:28 PM EST - Jan,14 2013 )
Free because it sucks ass. Free on weekends only, how stupid is that?! Wow.
(02:48 PM EST - Jan,14 2013 )
Tom> Free because it sucks ass. Free on weekends only, how stupid is that?! Wow.
it's just an marketing gimmick. They are trying to get some people hooked and then buy the game. They are hoping for some profits and more players. Will it work? Probably not. They should have gone the microtransactions way from the launch date. They would've made a lot more money by now but hey, human greed is not to be underestimated. I on the other hand always tend to think that quantity is the way to go. If you have milions playing for free, there is a very big chance that at least 5% of those people will spend ~10$ on some cosmetics or something every month. That's like 500.000$ monthly versus, what? 10-20.000 people buying the game for 40$ once?