According to popular Korean gaming website, Game Chosun, Nexon has canceled the development of Dekaron 2. If you did not know, Nexon bought over Dekaron’s developer, GameHi, a few months back. The team working on Dekaron 2 will now be re-positioned into other projects. Sudden Attack 2, also by GameHi, will most certainly be delayed for quite some time as well. GameHi, before Nexon’s purchase, apparently had around 600 employees. But since the the merger, and the sale of GameHi’s child company, Hope Island to CJ Internet, the company now only has around 200 employees.
Despite all the gloom, it is reported that Nexon has promised to continue expanding Dekaron and Sudden Attack without new sequels. For Dekaron SEA, there is currently no news after it was reported that RunUp has gotten the publishing rights. RunUp is no stranger to abandoning games, as showcased by Fantagetar Online, a game which has not been operation since its Closed Beta ended in 2008.