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After a woefully slow start, Petroglyph Games has cancelled its crowdfunding drive for Victory. The studio founded by Westwood veterans was looking for $700,000 to make the free-to-play game it described as what you'd get "if World of Tanks, StarCraft and League of Legends had a baby," but after ten days only had $29,471 in pledges.
Petroglyph has announced a Kickstarter project for Victory, a strategy game that mixes gameplay elements from games like World of Tanks, StarCraft, and League of Legends.
Petroglyph Games, with its pedigree in RTS games, is teasing a new World War II title called Victory. It has already launched a Twitter feed and Facebook page for the game, and is parsing out trivia about the war revolving around tank warfare.
Petroglyph has officially confirmed it is no longer involved with End of Nations, and has laid off 19 people as a result.
Between the indefinite delay of the open beta of MMORTS End of Nations and reported layoffs at developer Petroglyph, publisher Trion Worlds has taken the troubled title under its wing and will continue to develop the game in-house.
Petroglyph, the developer behind End of Nations, has reportedly laid off approximately 30 employees, just a week after the company announced the game's open beta was delayed indefinitely.
Trion Worlds has already had several closed betas for End of Nations, but apparently there is still work to be done. The company has announced that the planned open beta for the game has been delayed indefinitely.
Trion Worlds and Shacknews have teamed up again for an End of Nations beta key giveaway for the final beta test of the upcoming free-to-play real-time strategy MMO End of Nations. At stake are 20 keys and the chance to join in on an exclusive five-on-five Shack Battle with the devs.
We already knew that Shackers were interested in the upcoming free to play MMO End of Nations, but would a spiffy new digital collector's edition entice you any more?
It hasn't happened for awhile here at Shacknews, but we have some keys to give away. We have partnered with Trion Worlds to get 20 people into the End of Nations alpha. All you gotta to be considered for a key is to register in our forums and post a response to the comment thread at the end of this story (or in our Chatty).
Trion Worlds announced today that its upcoming MMORTS will be free-to-play, and fully-featured in its free incarnation. Users can pay extra for a Collector's Edition or a monthly subscription with unspecified benefits.