Human Element no longer F2P, still aiming for November 2015

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Human Element no longer F2P, still aiming for November 2015
Human Element, Robotoki's class-based, apocalyptic zombie survival game, will no longer be free to play when its central experience launches on PC in November 2015, as reported by Gamasutra.

"As the game evolved we realized that the elements that make Human Element the most fun would be hindered by keeping it a free-to-play experience," Bowling explained. The shift in design led to the dissolve of a deal for Human Element with free-to-play publisher Nexon and involved laying off a portion of Robotoki's staff.

Human Element's debut is a two-piece effort, with a mobile, Google Maps-supplemented counterpart supporting the at-home game with real-world exploration for things like resources. There was once a third effort that involved an Ouya-exclusive prequel, but it was canceled to focus on PS4 and Xbox One versions of Human Element.
[Image: Robotoki]
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