Wild Star in 2015 and the subscription vs free to play war still go on. Not so many years ago, when the free playing market full in eastern Europe and Asia, so many new adopters took to forums and blogs and suggested that it wouldn’t be long before subscription-based mmo games would be left out to dry.
Finally, confidence in them fell, now, any talk of a new, and the new subscription mmo is met with frustration and uncertainty. The old-school sobers on titles like World of Warcraft are still keeping powerful, but it is normal to say that some green hands like Elder Scrolls Online really struggled to maintain their numbers up in the subscription environment.
One of the special mmorpg that has been hit hardly by their self-imposed paywall has been Wild Star. Touted as one of the famous new tickets in MMO games, which has the priority of releasing, it was rumored to have the strength to be the next WoW, in terms of popularity. Sadly, this prophecy wasn’t fulfilled and the title’s subscription numbers nose-dived shortly after launch. In spite of the fact that subscription services have lots of advantages and give many new players reasons to join, they also give players more of a reason to leave if they find better value elsewhere.