Norwegian developer Fifth Season has announced that the studio’s science fiction online real time web-strategy game AD2460 will go from “persistent” to “round-based” on 25 November. Registration begins at 11:00 UTC tomorrow and the game starts at 17:00 UTC.
AD2460 was launched in December 2014 as a “persistent”, subscription-based browser game, with no pay-to-win features. To attract more players, the game went free-to-play last December.
Citing low revenues and active users, the developers slated the game for shut-down on 31 October. But the small but loyal AD2460 community suggested changes to the game increase the user-base, including “round-based” play and “value” for money spent (like improving paying users’ build- and research times) without affecting combat outcomes.
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Learn more about AD2460 at www.ad2460.com.
About Fifth Season
Oslo-based Fifth Season has been creating and running online games for over a decade. The company’s online football management game ManagerLeague is still popular more than eleven years after launch. Fifth Season also practically invented the sci-fi web-strategy genre when it launched the hugely popular Planetarion in 2001.
Learn more about Fifth Season at www.fifthseason.no.