Counter-Strike Condition Zero development

Gearbox Software's Randy Pitchford updated his .plan with more on the announcement that Counter-Strike Condition Zero development had been picked up by Ritual Entertainment.

Here's the update:

    Gearbox Software suspended development of Counter-Strike: Condition Zero in July of 2002. Counter-Strike: Condition Zero introduces single player gaming to the world's #1 online action game. Valve Software has overseen development since July. Gearbox is aware of and endorses Ritual Entertainment's involvement. After developing several Half-Life games, Counter-Strike: Condition Zero, Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3 and James Bond 007: Nightfire, Gearbox Software is refocusing its efforts on future technology and more interesting and innovative game play. Gearbox Software will be discussing Halo: Combat Evolved for the PC and our vision for the future of interactive entertainment at The CPL's December 2002 event in Dallas, Texas.

    Any inquiries may directed to press@gearboxsoftware.com

    -Randy Pitchford

News source: Blue's News

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