Important Message for all IncGamers Readers!

From 26 May this site is no longer being updated. Why? Because we have a new home for PC gaming goodness.

The IncGamers team bas now moved to PCInvasion.com which is all shiny and new.

If you have an IncGamers.com site account it will be active on the new site. Head there now for our welcome post.

Note: All IncGamers content will remain live on this site but the main page will change shortly.

TRION’s End of Nations looks like it’s been canned – We doubt it will appear again

4 Mar 2014 by Paul Younger
TRION’s End of Nations looks like it’s been canned – We doubt it will appear again

The shit version of in all its MOBA glory

As spotted by a vigilant Redditor, any mention of ’s MOBA End of Nations has now vanished from their website.

End of Nations originally started life as an MMORTS and it actually showed some promise. TRION then removed Petroglyph as the developer with no explanation and moved development in-house.

TRION then decided to change the game and turn it into a MOBA. After playing both versions of the game I can safely say that the MOBA version was not particularly good and if they had stuck to their original idea it may have had some legs, especially since the online F2P C&C was also canned.

TRION issued a statement to clarify the game’s status but I think we can safely say that the End of Nations project is now dead.

“As we informed EON’s community last fall, internal development on End of Nations was put on hold in late 2013 while we evaluated potential paths forward for the title.  We’re currently focusing the company’s energy and creativity on Rift, Defiance, Trove, ArcheAge, and some new projects we’ll be revealing soon”.

Why TRION  would want to spend any more time on games such as Defiance I have no idea. Their catalogue of titles is not exactly strong and Trove is probably the only thing left that shows an ounce of promise.

Related to this story
Register an IncGamers account to post comments or use Disqus.
You can also post via a social network.