Time is money, as the adage goes, and that’s often used as justification or at least explanation of the idea that certain MMOs will allow you to bypass time requirements with a little bit of money. After all, if you have less of one, you probably have more of the other, right? It’s a complex equation.
But today we’re not precisely interested in that. Instead, we want to look at the “time” part of that equation. How much free time do you have to spend on MMOs, on average?
Keep in mind that having free time isn’t necessarily the same thing as having it to spend on MMOs; if you have hours of free time every day but you’re spending much of that free time volunteering at homeless shelters, practicing the oboe, and building shelving you’re not going to have as much time for games in that mixture. Regardless of how much time you might have not spent working or sleeping, how much free time do you have for MMOs specifically?