The rights for 38 Studios’ Kingdoms of Amalur are going to go to auction “soon” according to Richard Land, the court-appointed receiver for 38, and it could go as early as this month.

The process of auctioning off the rights is taking longer than expected because of “a variety of reasons including the complexity of the game itself.” Land also notes that they are in the process of “developing an Internet marketplace – or website – to market the game.”

The rights for the game and the Project Copernicus MMO went to the state of Rhode Island because the studio failed to repay a loan from the state. The studio had financial problems starting in 2012 which led to eventually having to lay off the entire staff.

Source: IGN

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