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Ryzom: Heading Into Receivership

Posted Tue, Nov 21, 2006 by LadySirse

Whats Up At Nevrax?

The official site for Saga of Ryzom has been updated with a surprising and startling announcement...

As you will no doubt know, Ryzom has been going through a transition over the last few months. This transition is continuing into the new year and changes are starting to happen today.

The first news is that while the game WILL continue to run and be supported, Nevrax (as a corporate entity) will be going into receivership next month. We emphasize again that the game will continue to run and be supported as this is not the beginning of the end - just the end of the beginning.

As you all, we love our game and we want to see Atys and its homins continue to evolve. We are not alone in this feeling as from the shadows a company has emerged and are currently preparing a plan to take on Ryzom. We can't tell you more at the moment since it is being discussed but we will keep you informed when we get hard facts. We can assure you that much is happening behind the scenes.

Get clicking to learn more. Our best wishes to the whole crew at Nevrax!


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