Obsidian palms Armored Warfare improvement off to My.Com, content material plans unchanged

Armored Warfare improvement goes in-house, however nothing is meant to alter for customers.


Armored Warfare improvement has been transferred to an in-house crew at writer My.com, a subsidiary of Mail.ru additionally chargeable for Warface and Skyforge.

According to a press release printed on My.com’s Armored Warfare website, “the restructured Armored Warfare development team will be delivering on all of the new features and content previously announced”, so gamers shouldn’t see any vital adjustments within the brief to medium time period not less than.

“We are grateful for all contributions made by everyone on the Armored Warfare development teams, past and present,” My.com publishing director Yuri Maslikov wrote.

“The restructured Armored Warfare development team is continuing the current development and update plans and will be dedicated to deliver content to our worldwide players in the most consistent manner.”

Despite this reassurance that not a lot will change, the Armored Warfare neighborhood appears fairly disgusted by it, as typified by a widely-circulated Reddit put up from a longterm and closely invested early entry participant. Some commenters on the thread say they’ve been banned from the official Armored Warfare discussion board merely for linking the Reddit put up, which claims to attract on Obsidian and My.com workers complaints and paints an unflattering image of Mail.ru’s intent with the challenge.

Obsidian and its workers don’t appear to have made any official remark in addition to the assertion from CEO Feargus Urquhart posted with the announcement:

“At Obsidian, we are grateful to have had the opportunity to work on Armored Warfare over the last four years. We are happy to hand off Armored Warfare to the talented developers at My.com who, we know, will deliver incredible updates and content to Armored Warfare fans across the world,” Urquhart wrote.

“Our focus at Obsidian will turn to currently announced games such as Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire, Tyranny, and Pathfinder: Adventures along with other unannounced projects. We are proud of everything we did on Armored Warfare and want to thank all of our dedicated fans for their involvement and support.”

It’s not clear whether or not there was any influence on Obsidian’s workers because of the hand off. We’ve written off requesting extra info.