Latest news was broadcasted in the internet mentioning the status of WildStar Online. It contains that a major Australian retailers instructed to their stock off and return it to the distributor. EB Games and JB Hi-FI have been removed WildStar from Sale. The whole statement below was given by the company.
WildStar Gold Fans: the News of the Game
The full statement below is the whole news stated by WildStar:
A move to F2P (free to play) could be on the cards for MMO WildStar, with major Australian retailers instructed to take their stock off shelves and return it to the distributor. The games.on.net understands that both EB Games and JB Hi-Fi, who between them control the majority of the Australian retail gaming market, have now removed WildStar from sale.
An EB games employee, speaking to games.on.net, said that the stock had been withdrawn “a few weeks ago” and suggested that it might now be free-to-play. As of the time of printing however, the official WildStar website still offers the game for purchase starting at USD $40.
A similar phenomenon was observed earlier this year when retail copies of The Elder Scrolls Online disappeared from retailer shelves. TESO then re-launched itself as “The Elder Scrolls: Tamriel Unlimited”, ditching the subscription fee and moving to a Guild Wars-style “buy to play” model.
Sell your WildStar Gold for Profits
You can still buy or sell WildStar Gold in-case that the news is very true.
All players in game are able to use the PlayerAuctions house to buy or sell their items. When the items are registered, the items can be searched by other players and buy the registered item. There are times that you will see same items but different price value of WildStar Gold. What you can do now is buy the cheapest price value, and sell it again with a higher price value. Once the posted item is already sold, you will gain profit to buy another item which has the lower price value. And do it over and over again.