Destruction AllStars game may become free to play

There are small indications that Sony’s multiplayer game Destruction AllStars could switch to a free-to-play model after its first year.

Destruction AllStars game may become free to play
Destruction AllStars game may become free to play (source; Sony)

PlayStation 5 exclusive Destruction AllStars it failed to attract a very large number of players, despite the fact that it was distributed to all PS Plus subscribers for two months after its release. They were added to the game in the middle of the year bots so that matches could be held, which the developer justified by saying that players from different regions play the game at different times.

The second season of the game was postponed last summer and there was a lull until yesterday when it was announced update version 3.0.1. The update, which weighs about 12 GB, brought some big changes. The AllStar Pass has been removed, the game tutorial has been simplified, matchmaking has become faster, the game interface has been changed, the party XP bonus has been added, a major rebalance of classes and gameplay itself has been made, etc.

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But the most interesting part of the update was noticed while maintaining the server. Some Reddit players have spotted the acronym F2P in the description of a number of challenges in the game itself, and based on that, rumors are circulating that the game could switch to a free-to-play format. The ideal moment for that would be the launch of the new 3.0.1 version, but that didn’t happen. If the transition to F2P is really coming, it will probably be announced for first birthday of the game, 2. 2.

Destruction AllStars game price

Until that potential announcement of Destruction AllStars it is still sold at a price of 19.99 euros or $19.99 USD. The game was released on April 6, 2021

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