"The Xbox 360 version of the game is still in production, but as before we are not committing to any specific dates," product manager Erling Ellingsen told MTV Multiplayer. "I wish I could give you more information, but I can't at the time being." nope
As for the layoffs, Ellingsen noted that "our aim is for this to not affect development of Age of Conan, or any of our other games, at all. We are sticking firmly to our plans."
Following its May 2008 launch on PC, Age of Conan has seen some troubled times, including a misogynstic glitch that made male characters more powerful than their female counterparts, and the recent departure of game director Gaute Godage, who cited his dissatisfaction with the overall product.
More recently, newly appointed game director Craig Morrison announced his intent to begin addressing common woes, such as "content gaps [at] the highest level."