Upcoming Wii U party game Spin the Bottle will use a gradually-increasing price model, creative director Lau Korsgaard told Nintendo Life. Korsgaard said the game will launch at a "cheap-ish," but still undetermined price and will increase as the developer creates more content for it.
"If you buy early you will get all future updates for free. Our plan is to release two more updates in 2013 – each time raising the price a bit," he said. "We want reward the early adopters of the Wii U while still being able to earn money on the long run."
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