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For those of you who don't follow f2p games then you might not know this, but in the past couple of months a lot of them have closed there doors and more than five more will in the next month. Couple this with 4 p2p titles going f2p and one has to wonder if the genre is actually dying? Now I know some will say that there are already a lot of f2p games and they will be easily replaced but an interesting thing was that some f2p games didn't even make it out of CB before they were cancelled.
Now another theory is that with big titles like EQ2 and Lotro going f2p, the more older/less popular f2ps really don't have much to offer anymore as the standard has been set so high for them which then leads to them shutting down. This is indeed great for f2p players as they will enjoy a more balanced cash shop from western devs and a huge increase in quality but it results in the huge selection of f2p games to be shrunk quite a bit...either for good or bad.
I just thought it was rather interesting to see so many f2ps being shut down at the same time and it had me thinking, but anyways what do you guys think?