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Edge Case Games ceases support for Fractured Space

Developer intends to keep servers online "for the foreseeable future"

Guildford-based Edge Case Games has today announced the studio will cease any further development of Fractured Space.

According to a statement from Edge Case Games, the decision was made in order to explore development of new games for the the studio to "cement its future".

While the studio will stop releasing content for the free-to-play space sim, it will keep the servers online "for the foreseeable future".

However, the premium in-game currency Platinum will be removed and any unspent Platinum can be converted into Credits.

DLC will no longer be purchasable on Steam, and the latest paid-for expansion, The Infection Pack, will be available to players for one Credit.

"It's been an amazing and emotional journey," said CEO James Brooksby. "Edge Case Games would not be anywhere without its incredible players - you have been

"We thank you for all your support and some fantastic memories we will hold dear for the rest of our lives."

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