- Dec 2, 2003
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What a goddamn shitstorm. How embarrassing for anyone involved with this project. The auth servers still aren't working properly and people cannot log in and complete training. The future of the project is, despite statements of development being relocated to some unknown Alabama studio, unknown.
It's hilarious that the Fileplanet beta was in far better shape than this so called "official launch".Kotaku said:The Emeryville, California based development studio responsible for America's Army 3 has been shut down, according to details forwarded to Kotaku by former staffers. That closing comes one day after the U.S. Army funded simulation officially shipped.
According to ex-AA3 developers, the contract studio responsible for the latest America's Army entry was shuttered due to a lack of funds, with future development allegedly moving to an unnamed Alabama-based developer. The newest game in the publicly funded series is experiencing some growing pains, as one can likely glean from the game's official support forums.
The anonymous America's Army 3 developers in touch with Kotaku unsurprisingly didn't sound too pleased with the current situation, venting that "a lot of good people [worked] insanely long hours on this game that was butchered by outside sources."