|EA's Moore discusses online play, free-to-play|
|Posted: 28.08.2013 07:38 by JonahFalcon||Comments: 8|
Electronic Arts chief operating officer Peter Moore posted in the official EA blog that not all Electronic Arts games will require multiplayer. He also discussed the issues with free-to-play games in the EA catalog.
Moore wrote in the , "Many, if not most, of our games include single-player, offline modes that you can play entirely without an Internet connection, if you so choose. We know that's something many of our players want, and we will continue to deliver it."
Moore also addressed the negative perception of EA's free-to-play games, focusing on the upcoming Command & Conquer.
"We will continue to explore new free-to-play experiences for our franchises when we believe there is gamer interest and a cool new game we can build. But of course we will continue to deliver award-winning core gaming experiences on ALL of these franchises," Moore promised.
Command & Conquer will be released on PC this coming 2014.