Atari’s gaming division has announced a significant re-jig of its strategy, moving away from free-to-play and mobile games in favour of premium PC and console games.
Five of Atari’s free-to-play games will be discontinued or sold, it said. These are RollerCoaster Tycoon Stories, Crystal Castles, Castles & Catapults, Ninja Golf, and Atari Combat: Tank Fury.
“Successful” games with a “loyal user base” are not affected, Atari insisted.
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