Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned is a cancelled action adventure based on the series of films with the same name, that was in development by Propaganda Games and that would have been published by Disney Interactive Studios for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. The game would have had an open environment of the Caribbean where the player would have took the role of captain James Sterling, a pirate who had to travel around the world to make a reputation for himself. [Info from Wikipedia]
Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned was officially cancelled in Fall 2010.
As we can read on Kotaku:
“Disney Interactive Studios confirms the cancellation of the Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned video game which was scheduled to be released in 2011,” Angela Emery, Disney Interactive Studios’ vice president of communication told Kotaku today. “As a result of this decision, Disney Interactive Studios completed a restructuring of Propaganda Games, its Vancouver, BC internal studio, affecting one of the studio’s two development teams. The studio is still in active production of TRON: Evolution, the video game, which will be released on December 7, 2010 with additional DLC (downloadable content) support following the game’s release.”
We’re told that Vancouver-based Propaganda Games, which is also working on Tron: Evolution, let as many as 100 people go this week, including most of the Pirates team and some of the Tron team. The remaining team members from Pirates were shifted over to help put finishing touches on Tron, we are told.
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