That means shooter Reich still lives as the L.A. team's "key personnel" have moved to continue their work as they form a "new internal development team."
You just can't keep a sci-fi Nazi shooter down. Also UTV's El Shaddai that was developed in Tokyo will proceed with a release in Japan April 28th, with an EU and US date to be announced "shortly" reveals the studio.
UTV True Games in Austin, Texas is the future site of all their development and publishing operations now as they've dramatically downsized.
"In the last few years Ignition Entertainment's Operations have grown and spread out to the East and West Coast so we decided it was time to bring them under one roof," said UTV Ignition group chairman, Hassan Sadiq.
"With our publishing and development all now being handled in Austin we will be able to enhance team work and efficiency to create a stronger and more focused vision." Currently no release date or platforms for Reich have been made official.