Is the future of video games eminently online?

For years the video game industry has been flirting with the potential of online games. Games such as Doom, CounterStrike, Age of Empires or Starcraft showed years ago that people demand this kind of game. They love them.

However, we have also seen the transformation, evolution and diversification these games have suffered along the years. Many companies have decided to focus some of their most important sagas towards the interesting area of the online gaming, and nowadays we see as normal that companies such as Square-Enix release Dragon Quest X, Final Fantasy XI or Final Fantasy XIV as MMO games.

This kind of market grew bigger and bigger and, as a result, new types of games have been appearing. Browser games are one of these new genres that have been asking for a portion of the cake. As you can see, for example, in games.williamhill.com, the diversity of the online gaming ecosystem is really huge, and we have the luck to be able to play games that do not require a console and allow us to make a quick play, spending the time we really want and actually have.

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Maybe we are witnessing a deeper change in the video game industry than we thought, and F2P and online games, like Dragon’s Dogma Online and those at games.williamhill.com, are a straight window to the close future.