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Former Diablo III dev decribes his work on post-apoc L.A.W - Living After War

Shawn Schuster
10.13.11
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Since we first heard about the post-apocalyptic MMO L.A.W - Living After War (OMG the lack of a period after the W drives me insane), the Massively team has been excited about seeing what this new title can bring to the table. Post-apoc MMOs are nothing new, but this one offers real-time strategy PvP gameplay and only three highly customizable classes, all wrapped in a free-to-play business model.

In a recent interview with ProSiebenSat.1 Digital, Lee Jang Wook, founder and CEO of development studio Nitrozen, discusses the game in more detail, including an array of fan-submitted questions. Wook, who once worked as the lead concept artist on Diablo III, also discusses the relationship with alaplaya, who have already made a name for themselves in the MMO space.

L.A.W aims to release in the first quarter of 2012, and you can check out more information on the game through the link below.

[Via alaplaya press release -- sorry, we weren't given a direct link to the interview itself]

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