The folks at NetDevil spoke with our own Bill Murphy about the kinds of changes that have been made to the game since they went dark. The details will be revealed at next week's E3.
Aside from this week's headlining announcement that LotRO is going free this fall, there was another bit of news that’s started to make some waves in the week prior to E3. Long since believed to be a vaporware by the cynics, NetDevil’s Jumpgate Evolution is finally back and tracking on gamers’ radars as the title’s producer came out with a lengthy post this explaining the reason for the game’s long period of silence. What the letter amounted to was that basically NetDevil had a lot of the game’s systems working but that the result simply wasn’t what they wanted it to be… and so like any good developer would the Colorado lads and lasses went back to the drawing board.
Check out the blog, here.