Riders Of Icarus Publishing Taken Over By VALOFE
After three years of service, Nexon's publishing contract for Riders of Icarus is coming to an end. As a result, the game will transfer to VALOFE -- publisher of Atlantica Online and other titles -- next month.
Few details on how the transfer will occur have been given. But, we do know that Nexon will be working with VALOFE to try to keep things smooth. The entire transition is slated to be completed by the end of August. Of course, more details will be provided later on, when things are "ready".
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