Stargate Worlds Fait To Be Decided Within Weeks

The next 6 days may finally bring a resolution to the curious case of the Stargate Worlds on again off again saga that has plagued the developer FireSky for several months, according to reports the development studio has until the 1st August to raise $8 million dollars or face having the license pulled by MGM.

At this present time, the company’s last hope appears to stand with a group of doctors who are considering making the investment into the continuing development of the game. This cash infusion would keep the lights on, and all it to pay off back wages and actually launch Stargate Worlds in the 4th quarter of 2009.

Shane Hensley, who is heading up a separate project at FireSky Studios, and also serves as the company’s Director of New Business Development, responded to the report: “We do continue to talk to investors, including the doctors.”

He went on to say that the company has never considered scrapping Stargate Worlds, and denied that the license was on the verge of being pulled.

“MGM certainly isn’t thrilled with our current situation, but neither do we have any specific indication they’re pulling the license on any particular date”.

“Overall, funding is obviously a huge challenge for us, but our management is working on it daily,” Hensley said. “Its visible progress and we obviously have great faith. The struggle has been more than most could bear, but there are a few here that have independent means or significant personal investment that have been able to ride it out.”