Turbine transition to free-to-play mobile games
Earlier today reported Rings Online and Dungeons & Dragons Online MMORPG on the development of the Dragon Lord, the turbine wheel studio suffered an unexpected layoff rumors. This information comes from being posted on Rick Heaton’s Facebook profile, former community manager for the Lord of the Rings Online Facebook posts. This is not the first time the studio has been hit loss of employees, similar incidents occurred early in 2010 and more nearly to the end of last year.
This time, but it is not due to the studio to expand or update the shift between the development team. MMORPG projecting turbine developers will directly receive a message stating “the transition to free-to-play, mobile development studio” response.
Turbine transition to free-to-play, mobile development studio, and as a result, we eliminated some positions. Rings Online and Dungeons & Dragons Online game Lord will continue as they are now doing the work. Refocus and reduce the size of the studio is the company a tough decision, and we thank all the considerable contribution of the employee’s turbine.
CM_Jouska, Community Manager
It is impossible to ring or Dungeons and Dragons Online Dragons Online main players will find any direct influence, but with movement become a major focus of the studio, when one really questioned the remaining two former champions facing collapse length.