Ozzy drops out of Black Skies

The fantasy action game being developed at iRock Interactive drops the Ozzy Osbourne license and will now be known as Savage Skies.


GameSpot received more details from iRock Interactive Vice President Robert Stevenson regarding the status of Ozzy's Black Skies, the company's upcoming fantasy action game. According to Stevenson, the company has dropped the Ozzy Osbourne license due to financial expense and misconceptions about the game that made it difficult to secure a publisher for the game. The game will continue to be developed at iRock Interactive under the title Savage Skies and will continue to focus on fast-paced fantasy creature-vs.-creature aerial combat. The team at iRock is currently working on tuning the game and enhancing its gameplay.

We've posted some recent screenshots from the game in the gallery above. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the game.

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