crimecraftHave you spent tens of hours, enjoying the great MMOFPS CrimeCraft? Neither did I and probably many other gamers and that might be one of the reasons why Vogster Entertainment decided to make their MMO a free to play title.

By the end of October, CrimeCraft will receive a “free unlimited trial” mode, probably with fewer options than those paying for a subscription have. However, it’s a nice way to give the game a try and risk losing nothing but at most a couple of hours of free time. However, if you decide that the game is awesome, you can pay for a subscription ($5 or $10) and receive more goodies.

“The CrimeCraft community talks and we listen,” said Mario Kroll, Director of Marketing at Vogster. “We’ve been working closely with the community to find ways to enhance the content, depth and player experience to make CrimeCraft the best it can possibly be. In addition to our first major content update, at the end of this month we will offer a non-expiring, free trial that will allow gamers to experience the major features of the game without paying a subscription.”

And I am sure that the fans of the title will be more pleased to hear about the “major update” than the new free trial. So I guess that we can say that everybody will be happy, in the end.