Bioware has canceled development of the network role-playing game Shadow Realms

Bioware has canceled development of the network role-playing game Shadow Realms

Earlier this year, there were rumors that BioWare Austin is reviewing the concept of your project Shadow Realms. His announcement took place at the last exhibition Gamescom, when presented as a network game action format “four to one” – just like Evolve. According to rumors, the developers have revised their ideas (probably because of the similarity with the game from Turtle Rock Studios) and delayed release until 2017, planning to add to the project single-player campaign, as well as to release it on consoles.

Now on the Shadow Realms was given up. This is the official website of the game’s general manager of BioWare Austin Jeff Hickman (Jeff Hickman).

“We have decided to stop the creation of Shadow Realms, – he said. – We understand that this news may disappoint some of our fans, but I will try to explain to you the reason. “

However, on the causes of Hickman never told. He continued his open letter to the story that BioWare employees are now engaged in several projects that go in the coming years, and “incredibly talented” employees Austin studio will help in their creation. Including an addition to the Dragon Age: Inquisition, a new part of Mass Effect and some unannounced project.

“But the main effort of our team will be focused on Star Wars: The Old Republic. As you all know, it will be a busy year for the “Star Wars.” We have many plans to expand the game this year, which we can not wait to share with the audience in the coming weeks “, – said the general manager.

All those recorded on the closed alpha testing Shadow Realms, BioWare promises to somehow repay. Separate “thank you” Hickman said to visitors Gamescom and PAX, which brought a playable version of the project.

Bioware has canceled development of the network role-playing game Shadow Realms updated: February 10, 2015 author: Jonathan Davis