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Cannons Lasers Rockets
Free To Play, Not Pay To Win: Details
January 23, 2013 - Net Games Laboratory
We are happy to respond to all the questions concerning the F2P model that we chose for CLR. Our policy on usage of real money in the game will be based on the following:
1. Players will be able to purchase a "premium account", which will give them increased rates for receiving XP and money in the game, but will not affect combat-related gameplay in any way - this is not, and never will be a "pay to win" game; premium account will also come with some pleasing interface decorations and conveniences;
2. It will also be possible to purchase unique ship designs, skins, and decals, but all gameplay stats of things you could buy this way will be on par with the rest of the available game content.
Thank you for your questions and for your support.