DayZ Creator's SpaceMMO ION Has Been Cancelled
I'm not surprised to hear this. ION, like many other MMOs with a high standard and lots of fancy ideas, remained in silence shortly after the debut at E3 2015. Recently, DayZ creator Dean Hall and British developer Improbable both confirmed that the game was no longer in development.
"We can definitely say that Improbable is not currently working on Ion," Improbable stated. ""We are focussed on making SpatialOS available to developers, and supporting developers such as Bossa Studios and our SpatialOS Games Innovation Program partners as they make games on our platform."
"We're not actively working on Ion, no," Dean Hall told Eurogamer. "I am not involved in that, no. Nor is RocketWerkz studio in New Zealand."
Here are some of the cool concept the game promised: organs of the game figures should have real functions. For example, if the brain was shot away, then you should be able to do nothing more. With only one lung wing breathing would be difficult and so on. Obviously it would have been possible to replace the organs again.
Now take a look at the annoucement trailer below for this will be the only video you will see for the project.