News: It's been too long since the world has seen an MDK game.
Interplay, the company that created Fallout and many other popular PC titles in the 80s and 90s, has announced they are no longer in danger of closing up shop. In fact, the company is expanding as they've relaunched their in-house game development studio and have begun hiring new developers.
They've also announced that they plan to return to their roots and are currently working on sequels to many of their most popular franchises including Earthworm Jim, [Baldur's Gate:] Dark Alliance, Descent and MDK. It's been too long since the world has seen an MDK game. No other details, including what platforms they will appear on or when they'll be released, were revealed.
Interplay is also hard at work on a Massively Multiplayer Online Game based on Fallout, currently referred to by the working title "Fallout MMOG."
Interplay's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Herve Caen said that the new Interplay.com website will offer updates on all of these projects to any interested gamers. However, it only contains a "Coming Soon" graphic as of right now.