Edge Case Games is halting work on Fractured Space

Edge Case Games is halting work on Fractured Space

UK games studio Edge Case has announced it will be ceasing development on Fractured Space.

In a statement, the studio said that it was moving on to new projects with the goal of 'cementing its future'. The servers for Fractured Space will be staying online for the near future, too.

In-game currency Platinum is being pulled from the project, too, with users being given credit in exchange. Steam DLC is no longer up for sale, either.

The company doesn't give a reason for why the sci-fi MOBA title has been dropped.

"It's been an amazing and emotional journey," said CEO James Brooksby (pictured). "Edge Case Games would not be anywhere without its incredible players - you have been

"We thank you for all your support and some fantastic memories we will hold dear for the rest of our lives."

This news follows fellow free-to-play title Dirty Bomb ceasing development.

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He has also written for, VGC, Games London, The Observer/Guardian and Esquire UK.


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