I just don't get it. I've seen acceptance, to people who seem furious that Zenimax/Betheseda have done to (To the point of sending them a letter of complaint), to people who seem upset about it. I understand, it seems somewhat expensive, and on top of rent, food, bills, etc etc, it may not be affordable. But it doesn't need to be, and as harsh as the truth may be, things that are entertainment are priviliges that you can either afford or can't, and they're not essential. And $15 doesn't seem that unreasonable a price for an MMO. I know that SWTOR and LOTRO have gone F2P. I've heard a lot of people expecting TESO to fail for the same reason SWTOR did and eventually, going F2P. Maybe it will, maybe it won't. But the game going F2P will come with a price. And as Zenimax has said time over and time over, the sub free allows freedom within the world of the TESO. If there was not a sub fee, there would be a cash-shop, pay to unlock quests, pay to do this, pay to do that...and as it, a lot of F2P games are...well, rubbish. The constant advertising in the game puts me off. That, and they seem half done. I'm really just looking for reasons though why people are upset, and I'd really like them to come up with a justifiable reason why the creators of this game don't have a right to make the game F2P, and to earn money for a game they created. In which some of that money will be going to pay the wages of the people who made the game, so that they can buy food, pay the rent, and pay for the petrol to get to work each day so that they can make more games like this. Zenimax/Betheseda fail, and they're out of job. Redundant. The people who make the game really are no similar from you. Just...someone explain this to me?