Dodging the incredibly strange trend in which games with portentous names become self-fulfilling prophecies (Hello, Duke Nukem Forever
), End of Nations has not, in fact, met its untimely end. You could be forgiven for thinking that it's in pretty big trouble, though. Indefinite postponements
and worrisomely far-reaching developer layoffs
tend to have that effect. Regardless of how things ultimately shake out, however, change is
afoot. The most earth-shaking bit?Petroglyph's no longer on development duty
, with Trion Worlds now leading the charge on the lumbering, stumbling MMORTS.