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Post by trog @ 12:59pm 10/04/08 | 6 Comments
Interplay have confirmed that plans are in the works to bring a Fallout MMO to the masses:
In addition to reporting the annual results, the company also pointed to its two-pronged growth strategy. First, management is working to secure funding for the development of a Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG) based on the popular "Fallout" franchise. Interplay sold "Fallout" in 2007 while obtaining a license back, under certain conditions, to create and develop a "Fallout" MMOG.
While obviously nothing is confirmed yet (though one assumes that they won't have too much hassle getting funding for an MMO in the current climate) it is no doubt good news for fans of the Fallout brand.



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