BioWare Mythic changes its name to Mythic

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 8 November 2012 14:05 GMT

BioWare Mythic has announced it shall henceforth be known as just Mythic.

The name change was announced on the Warhammer Online website, along with the following statement:

“In the wake of a new focus our studio has recently changed its name from BioWare Mythic to Mythic. Everything else stays the same – our passionate teams will continue to support and develop our existing titles as well as working on some new and exciting projects.”

The developer has gone through a number of name changes over the years. Here’s short history:

  • Adventures Unlimited Software was founded in 1984 By Mark Jacobs.
  • Interesting Systems was founded in 1990 by Rob Denton, Matt Firor, Don Cambpell, and Roger Shropshire.
  • The company became known as Interworld Productions in 1995 when Mark Jacobs Rob Denton teamed up.
  • In November 1997 the name was changed to Mythic Entertainment.
  • EA purchased Mythic Entertainment in 2006 and renamed it EA Mythic.
  • EA Mythic renamed itself Mythic Entertainment in 2008.
  • The developer was renamed BioWare Mythic in 2009.
  • As of November 7, 2012, BioWare Mythic is now known Mythic.

Thanks, Massively.

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