Bethesda Working on a Top Tier Free-to-Play Game

By   /   Mar 22, 2013

Many games have taken the free to play route and have seen a double of their player base in the coming months, Lord of the Rings Online, Star Wars: The Old Republic and Tera Online are only a few of MANY to name. It seems that Bethesda is skipping the middle man completely and making a Free to Play Game from the ground up for the fans, while nothing more has been revealed on the project all we know is that Battlecry Studios is hard at work on the project.

Battlecry Studios was founded late last year and is headed by executive producer of EA’s Star Wars: The Old Republic, Rich Vogel.

Currently there are a few open vacancies at Zenimax’s website to help confirm the existence of the work in question. and the blog also teases us with the line:

“While we can’t tell you exactly what they’re working on yet, they’re already hard at work on redefining the Free-To-Play game space,”

What could it be?

Source: Bethesda Blog

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