Oxford, UK, 13 Apr 2010– X2 Games, the wholly owned publishing subsidiary of award-winning UK developer Exient Ltd, has today announced that the next instalment in the critically acclaimed X2 Football franchise is currently in the final stages of development.
Commenting on the announcement, Charles Chapman, Technical Director, Said“we were always confident that X2 Football 2009 would be successful, our entire development team are football fans and this, in turn, lead to the creation of a game that met with world-wide acclaim. But we never, ever want to rest on our laurels.” He continued“We've taken on board a lot of feedback from users and have rewritten large parts of the game from the ground up as well as adding more features. Our aim is to ensure that X2 Football 2010 continues in the same tradition that its predecessor set upon first release.”
Des Gayle, Producer, added“with X2 Football 2010 our fans will have to play smarter against improved AI, they will be able to play faster with our 3GS optimizations and they can play more with club teams, online multiplayer, and the all new‘Dream Team’ mode.”
Keef Sloan (MCIPR)
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About X2 Games
X2 Games is the wholly owned publishing subsidiary of award-winning UK developer Exient Ltd., operating under a remit to produce iPhone and iPod Touch games that adhere to the company’s main tenets of quality, innovation and playability. The company’s worldwide iPhone debut is the critically acclaimed X2 Football 2009.
Exient Ltd is an award-winning UK development studio and is one of Europe’s leading developers of interactive entertainment software for the hand-held market. Based in the university city of Oxford, UK, Exient Ltd has experienced steady growth since it was established in January 2001.
This mix of seasoned professionals, young talent and the use of intelligent technological resources, has proven to be the winning formula in producing over 40 quality titles for every major hand-held platform to date.