DICE CEO - Used games stop creation of new/innovative titles

So if you think that there are too few new IPs on the market, no one can take that risk if their game is at risk of being resold too many times. ... So on the positive side you could see more games being created because of this, and also more new IPs, because there'd be a bigger market for games that don't have for instance multiplayer. There could be awesome single player-only games, which you can't really do these days because people just pirate them, which is sad. - Patrick Bach, CEO of DICE

Well...that's one stance on used games that we've never heard before. I don't exactly believe it, but I guess it makes just as much sense as other arguments.

Categories: Interviews, Consoles, Portables


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