Fallout, KOTOR Dev Is No Longer Working On Its Tank Game

"We are proud of everything we did on Armored Warfare and want to thank all of our dedicated fans for their involvement and support."

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Russian video game publisher My.com has taken over development duties on Fallout: New Vegas and Knights of the Old Republic II developer Obsidian's tank game, Armored Warfare.

As of February 11, all future development on the free-to-play game will be handled by My.com.

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In a statement (via Polygon), Obsidian CEO Feargus Urquhart said his studio was grateful to have worked on Armored Warfare for the past four years and is happy to transition development to My.com.

Obsidian has a number of projects in development, including Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire, as well as ongoing support for Tyranny and Pathfinder: Adventures. The studio is also working on unannounced games, Urquhart said.

"We are proud of everything we did on Armored Warfare and want to thank all of our dedicated fans for their involvement and support."

The statement does not explain why the transition is taking place or if there will be any job losses at Obsidian as a result.

My.com also recently announced that it had taken over development responsibilities on Crytek's free-to-play shooter Warface.

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