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HUXLEY IS NOT DEAD

SubzeroRaySubzeroRay Oceanside, CAPosts: 9Member Uncommon

I noticed a lot of threads claiming that Huxley is dead. It is NOT dead. The developers, Webzen, bought back Huxley from ijji as they thought that it would be best for them to PUBLISH THE GAME THEMSELVES. Webzen is the new publisher for Huxley.

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  • idosmmoidosmmo nashville, TNPosts: 24Member

    as much as i would like to see huxley finaly get up and running cause i really did have a great time in the frontier beta tests that info is about 6 months old and unless we see some new info pop up at some point soon i seriously doubt there will be anything new with it happening ....

               but i really do hope for the best for it i hate saying the game has so much poteintial came so far then a publisher just donkey punches it to the point where its never gonna see the light o day....

    so far its been the only fps/mmo that i've acually seen come close to being exactly that and hopefully we'll see something soon but i really wouldnt get hopes up at this point 

    start looking at the agency should be around the same thing only centered around being a secret agent or a merc

    Heres your teeth back!

  • BlackWatchBlackWatch USAPosts: 967Member Uncommon

    Still waiting for this jewel to hit the market.

    I've been watching for this game for quite a while... any new news is welcome, imho.

     

    I highly doubt the game will launch in the next 3 days... so that 'upcoming releases' list on the main MMORPG.COM page may need to be tweaked a bit.  (Not just for this game, but for the others that are likely to miss their 'predicted' or 'forecasted' launch windows.)

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  • XaNderdasXaNderdas RomePosts: 7Member

    Any news there? couldn't find much on webzen' site :(

  • Reaper1122Reaper1122 Plantation, FLPosts: 40Member

    Originally posted by XaNderdas

    Any news there? couldn't find much on webzen' site :(

    Nope, just consider the U.S release dead at the moment. It's very unlikely this will be ever coming out here anytime soon. It's not even listed on Webzen's U.S site.

  • GemmaGemma Omaha, NEPosts: 337Member Uncommon

    O please, don't be so naiive.

  • Reaper1122Reaper1122 Plantation, FLPosts: 40Member

    Originally posted by Gemma

    O please, don't be so naiive.

    Is it dead enough yet?

  • krazyslothkrazysloth puyallup, WAPosts: 13Member

    How about now.... :(

  • PurutzilPurutzil Posts: 3,043Member Uncommon

    What is Huxley?

     

    Truthfully what I said reading the title of the thread. It will be an uphill battle if a lot of people really don't know what it is to bring it back.

  • Reaper1122Reaper1122 Plantation, FLPosts: 40Member
    Originally posted by krazysloth
    How about now.... :(


    But were being naive according to other poster over a year ago!

     

    Originally posted by Purutzil
    What is Huxley?   Truthfully what I said reading the title of the thread. It will be an uphill battle if a lot of people really don't know what it is to bring it back.

    It was an mmofpsrpgish thing(More towards instanced side) with a main city pve, and pvp that had classes with skills such as teleport dash etc... with different guns and effects on certain weapons. It had crafting, vehicles, faction pvp that effected sales prices, bosses, It made it to closed beta then let everyone in for a bit sort of an open betaish type phase. Then it closed down with whatever the deal was between Webzen and Ijji at the time to never be heard from again basically. Was a shame since it was the first seemingly very high budget free to play game I had seen in a long time with very unique gameplay. Only a few of us made it to max level before its U.S version was basically shut down indefinitely. It had a super long history about it dating very far back before this.

  • donoghudonoghu Sherbrooke, QCPosts: 1Member

    Just to put a last news, the MMO Huxley is officially cancelled (internationnally) and dead (in Korea).

    The Korean's server closed and the team stopped working on the product.

    Unless a new team/company buy the product from Webzen which, from what I have seen, will cost around 12 000 000 US$ for publishing rights and not even considering the cost in development, consider the thing dead for good.

     

     

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