Did you play The Secret World back when it first came out? You probably remember it for its unique quest design or its more mature writing compared to similar massively multiplayer online role-playing games like World of Warcraft. But in case you haven’t checked in on this supernatural MMO in a while, you should know that the developers at Funcom recently rebooted it as Secret World Legends, making it a free-to-play game with more traditional MMO features.
What do these changes mean, and what lessons have the developers learned from other free-to-play games? We’ve invited Funcom’s Scott Junior on to the Gamasutra Twitch channel today to find out. If you want to know more about the business of live games, or just want to gush about The Secret World, join us at 3PM EDT on the Gamasutra Twitch channel for a Q&A with Junior.
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