The Evolution of Gaming: How Games as a Service Changed the Industry
Too Long; Didn't ReadBefore the release of the sixth generation consoles, gaming consoles didn’t have built-in internet capability. Internet connectivity allowed for developers to create bug fixes and patches and release them for their games. Overtime developers and publishers started looking for new ways to monetize this internet connectivity. Games as a Service (GaaS) and live service games started to be put on the market.