Stardock teases major reveals this year

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 23 February 2011 00:46 GMT

Stardock has just released its annual customer report, promising major announcements this year including something to do with epic sleep Sins of a Solar Empire.

Big Download reports the company teased at least three reveals over the year, stating that the gaming division “anticipates making 3 big announcements in 2011 concerning its future plans for the PC”.

Stardock CEO Brad Wardell hinted at something exciting for the Sins of a Solar Empire hopefully-soon-to-be-series.

“We will also be making some important announcements regarding Sins of a Solar Empire in 2011,” he said.

The nearly forgotten MMO Society resurfaced briefly, with a comment that Stardock may create a new business division to assist in securing funding for the project.

The report also noted that Stardock will continue recent expansion by hiring a new lead developer.

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