Brink becomes F2P 6 years later(well, effectively free since there's not much to buy)

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Who owns Brink? Bethesda or Splash Damage?

Seems odd that Bethesda would decide to make it F2P now, but Splash Damage seem to have done alright with Dirty Bomb.
 
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Everything about this game's design sounded and looked promising and intriguing.

Everything about this game's execution is the exact opposite.

One of the biggest gaming disappointments to me. I doubt it'll keep new players playing, at all.
 

enzo_gt

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Everything about this game's design sounded and looked promising and intriguing.

Everything about this game's execution is the exact opposite.

One of the biggest gaming disappointments to me. I doubt it'll keep new players playing, at all.
Agreed, one of the biggest gaming blunders I can think of. So much hype snuffed out so fast once you get your hands on it.
 
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I really liked Brink.
Much more than Dirty Bomb.

Hopefully this gives it a shot in the arm and the only playerbase remaining aren't super hardcore clanmates
 

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I think I played this way back when they had a free weekend for it, which was apparently SIX YEARS AGO, and it just wasn't that interesting.