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Age of Conan still in development for 360

"Small" but "dedicated" team working on it.

Age of Conan game director Craig Morrison has confirmed Funcom is still working on an Xbox 360 version of the MMO.

"There is a small, dedicated team working on the Xbox platform at the moment," he said, speaking in our live text interview.

"We still plan on having a 360 version of the game at some stage but I'm afraid I can't go into specifics beyond that at the moment," Morrison said.

It doesn't sound likely the MMO will make it to Microsoft's console any time in the immediate future. "It is a very technical task for a game like ours," observed Morrison.

The 360 version of Age of Conan was first mentioned back in December 2006. The PC version was released last May, but Funcom has yet to offer a launch date for the console game.

In the meantime, catch up with all the latest Conan chat by reading the full live text interview.

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