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Fury Goes Free to Play, But Also has Bad News Coming?

Posted Tue, Dec 11, 2007 by Aelryn

The drama continues.

Following the recent back and forth of the Fury rumors, Auran has announced that Fury will be introducing a completely free to play model with the December 14th expansion. However, the CEO continues by saying that they have some "bad news to follow (unless a miracle occurs)".

Gamecock Media Group and Auran Games today announced a new Free to Download, Free to Play option for their fast paced arena combat game FURY. The new business model will begin with the release of the first major free content update "Age of the Chosen" on December 14, 2007.

"FURY was built around giving players options that suit their play style and their wallet," said Tony Hilliam, CEO of Auran. "With the AotC update, we are introducing a new player category called "Chosen". As one of the Chosen, players can access all game types, equip all weapons and unlock all 400 abilities - and they can play as much as they like absolutely free. This is a fantastic opportunity for players to jump into battle with their mates and discover the frenetic pace of the fastest RPG combat ever. Chosen will earn less gold and essence, and will not be able to trade with other players."

Any ideas what the heck might be going on? Read the Kotaku article and then come talk about it at the forum thread.

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