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No New Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising DLC Or Patches
by Chris Hawke
While Codemasters did say at release that they would continue to support modern combat simulator Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising for as long as possible, it seems that support has been cut short.

Today, on the official Codemasters forums, Ian Webster, the Community Relations Manager, revealed that there would be no more DLC, or even patches, for Dragon Rising.
"With the upcoming release of the Overwatch DLC on PS3, and a few "heated" threads on the topic, I just wanted to inform you all that the team have now completed the “Dragon Rising” chapter of Operation Flashpoint and that’s it for DR-related content going forward. We are sorry if Dragon Rising and the two DLCs released to date have left you wanting even more, but in the grand scheme of future plans and schedules the vast majority of the team are already busy planning the future of modern combat."
A sad day this may be, but fear not; the same team who make Dragon Rising revealed earlier this year that they were working on an unannounced title, and the hint at the end ('vast majority of the team are already busy planning the future of modern combat') means you can basically start saving your money for the sequel, which many predict will be an 'expansion' of sorts, to fix the engine shortcomings of the rushed-for-release Dragon Rising.

Still, it's a shame to see this happen. The whole announcement can be read here.

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- Chris Hawke
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