This news is convenient for 2K Games considering Facebook Credits are about to become the official currency for all things Facebook commerce including games. But even more interesting is what this news implies: CivWorld is going to be massive.
Seriously, the publisher went and hired a company dedicated entirely to monitoring its first Facebook game (and its payments)--and that's everything from clicks to time spent to behavior patterns.
And in a game as visibly deep and intricate as CivWorld, that's going to produce a metric ton of data. Don't get too freaked out about this potential Big Brother scenario, because developers use this information to improve the game as it grows.
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