Electronic Arts spokesman Tammy Schachter confirmed
that Dustin Browder will leave the company, and that Mark Skaggs will be taking a leave as well, but he will be returning "later this year." The story also says that:
While other web sites have stated that with Skaggs' leave of absence the fate of the new Red Alert game is in limbo or even cancelled, Schachter told Computer Games Magazine that the game is still under development, although it is still very early in its production. Schachter would not comment on a release date for the game.
Well, I'm not going to eat my newspost from yesterday, but the times may be a-changing. Head here
for the full article from Computer Games Magazine.
Last edited by Blbpaws on Tuesday, March 8, 2005 at 6:18:30 PM.