RF Online Freed

Rising Force Online Goes Free to Play as Codemasters Online Re-launch Game has word that RF Online is now a completely free-to-play MMOG:
Wednesday, 17th October (2pm GMT) – Codemasters Online is pleased to announce that RF Online is now a completely free-to-play MMORPG with the full game now available for download with no monthly subscription required.

RF Online is an epic mix of traditional fantasy and futuristic Sci-Fi set in the deep space galaxy of Novus where three races compete in an ultimate struggle for power and resource. Celebrating the games re-launch, new players can now also experience the all-new free expansion, Episode II: Pioneers of Novus available for free to all players of the game.

“RF Online is a great game with a strong community and by making the game free-to-play we’re inviting absolutely everyone to come and enjoy this unique Sci-Fantasy online RPG,” commented Kyle Rowley, Community Manager, Codemasters Online.”

Following the recent hugely successful re-launch of ArchLord as a free-to-play game growing the games player base by 700%, Codemasters Online are looking forward to attracting a surge of new interest in this amazing and now free MMORPG.

“Moving RF Online to free-to-play game marks yet another milestone for Codemasters Online and the wider industry. We have proven with ArchLord that has been downloaded over 1million times the potential success that can be experienced and we are pleased to be in a position to re-launch RF Online using a similar model. We invite players from around the world to download the game for free and join us in Novus,” commented Ed Relf, Director of Marketing, Codemasters Online.”

For more information or to download the full free game of RF Online please visit www.rf-onlinegame.com
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I tried RF, and I couldn't stand it. It felt really clunky and I could not stand the movement controls. The only other bad experience I can compare it to was trying Tabula Rasa a couple weeks ago. What a piece of shite that game is. It needs at least another 6 months of work, if not a year.


I ended up going back to Guild Wars recently, and I am really enjoying the simplicity and lack of grind/time sinks. After playing WoW through to level 70, then playing LOTRO until I got bored with it, it's been a refreshing change. I stopped playing it before any of the addon games (Factions, Nightfall, GW:EN) came out, so there is a ton of content.

I was hoping LOTRO would carry me over until Conan came out in October, but as we all know, it was pushed to next year. Until then, playing Guild Wars is time well spent. I'm excited to see where Guild Wars 2 goes, but that's probably going to be an '09 title.
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