New 'Project Copernicus' screenshots released by Curt Schilling

38 Studios' Curt Schilling releases addition screenshots for the long in-development Kingdoms of Amalur MMO, Project Copernicus.

Six new screenshots of the troubled massively multiplayer game Project Copernicus were released last night by 38 Studios' Curt Schilling showing additional areas of the Copernicus world and details of what the studio planned for the long in-development title.

The photos, posted to Schilling's Facebook page, present a number of kingdoms the development team was working on, a shanty town-style hub and the remains of a giant Balor monster.

"The entire world, everywhere you saw, every point you could see, as far as the eye could see, you could go," writes Schilling in an image subtitle.

While little else is known about the project, Copernicus will be within the world of Kingdoms of Amalur and was scheduled to release June 2013. However the game's release now seems unlikely following massive lay-offs of staff, unless another company buys the rights.

Earlier in the month the studio released a world fly-through video showing numerous zones within the massively multiplayer project's Amalur setting. This was followed by a leak of additional screenshots to a Kingdoms of Amalur community site last week.


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