End of Nations development now in-house at Trion

Thursday, 6th December 2012 21:22 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Trion Worlds has brought End of Nations in-house for continued development where it hopes to create “a more polished game.”

Speaking on the official forums, community manager Lance James said: “As End of Nations was reaching the pre-launch phase in its lifecycle, we officially brought the game development in house to Trion Worlds and will complete the development internally.

“Our team has been hard at work implementing many changes based on your feedback from the beta events.”

James didn’t say whether the move was due to the open beta delays or if the firm had foreseen issues arising at Petroglyph. Then again, the game’s move to Trion may have been one of the reasons behind the firm’s reported lay offs.

Thanks: PC Gamer, Shack.



  1. GrimRita

    Well that’s this off my ‘must purchase’ list. The main reason why I was so interested is because Petroglyph are made up of the original C&C developers and after playing Universe at War, which I loved, I knew this would be great.

    Maybe the game wasn’t ‘fluffy’ enough for the mass market but either way, its really bad news and timing especially since Petroglyph just celebrated their 9th year.

    Get on kickstarter guys, so you can make the RTS you’ve always wanted to.

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