With End of Nations'
development in trouble due to mass layoffs at Petroglyph Studios
, Trion Worlds
has decided to step in to save the day -- or at least finish the game. The End of Nations
team announced last night that the game's being brought in-house
to its publisher for the final stretch of development prior to launch.
"We are committed to delivering the top-notch product we know this game can be," the team wrote, "and we are looking forward to welcoming you back into the testing phase of the game to help get it there."
Trion promised that it was making changes due to player feedback from the beta and has plans to make the learning curve more friendly, update the user interface, and put a nice coat of polish over the entire game.