Quantamancy: The Purgatory gets cancelled over creative vision dispute


Developer Corecell Technology has announced they’ve cancelled Quantamancy: The Purgatory over a dispute over the game’s creative vision.

Despite being over two years in development, the game’s executive director and director couldn’t agree on how future development on the game should go.

Quantamancy: The Purgatory was in development for Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5

Here’s the word from Corecell Technology:

We regret to inform you that we have decided to cancel the development of our game, Quantamancy: The Purgatory, due to unforeseen circumstances.

The journey of creating Quantamancy: The Purgatory has been a passionate endeavor born from the friendship between the Executive Director and the Director. Unfortunately, after two years of development, we found ourselves in conflict over creative direction. To preserve our friendship, we’ve decided to go our separate ways. The Director will retain all the rights and continue to work on this project in alignment with his own vision.

We understand that this news may be disappointing to our fans. We share your disappointment and extend our gratitude to our team for their hard work and creativity.

Despite this setback, we remain committed to creating innovative games. We look forward to sharing our future projects with you. Stay tuned to our online platforms for updates. Thank you for your understanding and continued support.

Thank you!

Corecell Team.



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