After announcing staff cuts last week, Age of Conan developer Funcom has said that the redundancies won't affect development on any of its games.
These include the Xbox 360 version of Age of Conan, which, according to spokesman Erling Ellingsen, is still under way.
"Our aim is for this to not affect development of Age of Conan, or any of our other games, at all," he told MTV.
"We are sticking firmly to our plans. The Xbox 360 version of the game is still in production, but as before we are not committing to any specific dates. I wish I could give you more information, but I can’t at the time being," Ellingsen said.
The 360 version of the game was originally slated for 2009, along with the first expansion pack for the PC original.
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