What matters is how the market feels

Ark’s Steam page only says “the game will be lower priced through Early Access, relative to its final full-version retail price.” Wildcard wasn’t clear about how much it was going to ARK Items increase the price, and gave no specific forewarning in the weeks before the new price took effect.

Hugh Jeremy of Subnautica developer Unknown Worlds raises another point: games like Ark usually don’t cost $60. “Many great games on Steam are setting very low prices for huge amounts of fun,” he writes via email. “For example, PUBG at $30, Rocket League and Rust at $20. You might ‘feel like’ your game is worth $60. You might like throwing silly terms like [triple-A] around in reference to your work. Whatever, your feelings don’t matter. Suck it up. What matters is how the market feels.

Views: 81


You need to be a member of Vanguard Online Community to add comments!

Join Vanguard Online Community

Comment by Joses Uwadia on August 15, 2020 at 6:31pm

I remember Hugh Jere. Thanks for the talk.

 Check this out >>>

The Price Of Dangote Cement In Nigeria 2020

Forum Categories

© 2021   Created by Vanguard Media Ltd.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service