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Clip Studio Paint Switching to Subscriptions

Celsys (via Jonathan Deutsch):

Customers with an Update Pass or a Monthly Plan (purchased through app stores or the Clip Studio Paint site) will be able to use the most up-to-date version of the app for as long as their plan or pass is valid. Version 2.0 will also be available as a one-time purchase (perpetual license).

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The perpetual version will still get free stability updates when necessary to address major bugs in the app.

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New features for the perpetual version will be included in each major version (2.0, 3.0, etc.), however, new feature updates will not be provided free of charge. Even if you have purchased the perpetual version of Version 2.0, you will still need to purchase an Update Pass in order to get access to new feature updates.

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I guess the fact that I don't use CSP much explains why I wasn't aware of this change. *shrugs* And I'm sure I only got it because it was on sale at a discount. Given that I already have all the Affinity apps, and those are my primary graphic tools, I'll probably drop CSP.

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