Date: 08-31-2011 Views: loading
From a Q&A session between investors and Perfect World Entertainment's CEO Michael Chi and CFO Kelvin Lau at Seekingalpha, we learned that Star Trek Online will be free-to-play before the end of 2011.
So when Perfect World acquired Cryptic, one of the contribution from Perfect World to Cryptic is we can share our free-to-play experience with Cryptic. So I want to emphasize is that never we've done a free-to-play model game, so we're going to launch this game in US and also in China, so we expect to run these type if free-to-play model game. We have a bigger potential in US and also in China. And also Star Trek Online, after the acquisition, in fact Cryptic is working on the free-to-play model for Star Trek Online. This is going to be launched by the end of this year as well. So I think free-to-play model we have a bigger potential in US market and also in China market. Thank you.
Talked to the schedule for Torchlight MMO and Neverwinter, Kelvin Lau said Both them will be launch in late 2012 or early 2013.
Torchlight from Runic, as mentioned, I think the MMORPG version is going to be – is scheduled to be launched in late 2012 or early 2013, okay? For Cryptic games, Neverwinter, I think our schedule is going to – trying to launch the game in late 2012 or early 2013. So we are going to launch the game in US first and then followed by Asian countries.
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