Paul Tassi at Forbes loves live service games (Destiny, Genshin Impact, Fortnite, etc.), but that love can sometimes lead to interesting hypotheses, like the notion that a game that is ostensibly NOT a "live service" is somehow at a disadvantage.
We examine the proposition and his example game: Outriders - Worldslayer.
It's not the model, it's the product...in Virtual Legality.
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