As of today, Aeria Games has taken on free-to-play racing MMO Need for Speed: World, a product of EA Black Box and EA Shanghai released last year. The game is now available worldwide in English, French, Polish, Spanish, and Portuguese, and along with Battlefield Heroes, is the second EA Play4Free title to be adopted by the network. Hit up the game’s website for more information. Aeria is also behind Heroes of Gaia, Eden Eternal, and Shin Megami Tensei: Imagine.
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EA has announced four of its free-to-play PC games are “not as popular as they once were,” therefore it will be winding down support for the titles by July.
UK retailer Game has launched the UK’s first dedicated free-to-play platform called – surprisingly – ‘Free 2 Play’. The hub has launched now and contains three games, with more on the way.