Infinity Ward Charging For Premium Modern Warfare 2 Multiplayer Experience?

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A survey found by website Destructoid a few days ago got everyone a little worried when a question was found insinuating that Infinity Ward may want to charge an additional fees for Modern Warfare 2 for those who wanted an enhanced experience.

Thankfully, there is good news. Infinity Ward posted up a message on their official forums stating that:

“This rumor has absolutely nothing to do with Infinity Ward or our games, including Modern Warfare 2. We would never introduce such a system for Modern Warfare 2 so don’t worry,”

“Multiplayer will always be equal and free for everyone.”

So, that’s a relief then right?

Would any of you pay for additional stat tracking, game modes and so on? Or does it just sound crazy to pay even more money after forking out R700 for a game?

Source: 1UP

Last Updated: June 19, 2009

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  • easy

    i think if they did take this route it would hurt xboxlive players more seeing as they already pay a premium to play online.

  • Janrik

    Depends on the fee. Might be a good idea to keep the riff raff away?

    Live is R500 a year… that is cheaper than DSTV per MONTH!!! And I spend more time on my xbox than on TV, that is for sure. :devil:

  • syph1n

    That is propably the most valid point i’ve ever heard. 🙂

  • WrathZA

    If you’re comparing DSTV to xbox you could also draw the comparison of if games followed the same formula as shows; you’d be allowed to play a year old game for 1 hour a week at a predefined time only to be interrupted ever 15 minutes for an advert for toilet paper :sick:

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