Second Sins of a Solar Empire micro-content will be a bit late

By Stephany Nunneley, Sunday, 15 March 2009 12:00 GMT

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The second micro-expansion for Sins of a Solar Empire is going to be late, says Ironclad.

Entrenchment, the first out of three planned expansions, has been out for a bit, but Ironcald’s Blair Fraser says that the next part will be “done when it’s done”.

Sounded like Blizzard talking there for a minute.

Untitled at this point, the second update expands on diplomacy features.

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