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Xitol Softworks Ltd. is officially registered, first game, Zone: The Battleground, set to release in late 2012.

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Nottinghamshire, UK - October 17th, 2011 - As of today, October 17th, 2011 Xitol Softworks Ltd. is now an officially registered company in Nottinghamshire, UK. This is huge news for the development team as we move forward into developing our very first title as a company, Zone: The Battleground.

"Today marks the day we moved from just a mere idea to a reality" says Nicholas Mudry, Public Relations and Social Interactions for Xitol Softworks Ltd. Jamie A S Phillips, Director of Xitol Softworks Ltd. also says, "We will be in full steam to get this game onto platforms in mid-late 2012."

Please be sure to become a member of the the Xitol community today and join the ranks of Community Legend, a rank given only to the members of our community who join the founding year of the company. Community Legends will gain access to exclusive in-game features and perk in Zone: The Battleground and our future games.

While you are at it, be sure to follow the company on Twitter, @XitolSoftworks, "like" us on Facebook, and stay up to date with all of the companies news on

About Zone: The Battleground: Zone: The Battleground is a multiplayer focused game built off of the Zone universe created by Xitol Softworks Ltd. Built using the Unreal Development Kit, Zone: The Battleground brings intense action to both your PC and Mac. Gamers will not be disappointed with the vast amount of customization and fun Zone: The Battleground has to bring to their computers. Zone: The Battleground is currently scheduled to be released in mid to late 2012.

About Xitol Softworks Ltd.: Founded in 2007 as a mod team for Halo: CE and Halo 2 PC, and later as a community for Halo 3, Xitol Softworks has evolved from a small gaming community into an independent game development team focusing on both challenging and innovative household and mobile games and applications. Xitol's projects are spread across a variety of platforms including, but not limited to: PC, Windows Phone 7 and iOS.

fragfest2012 - - 888 comments

Dude, it is October, just so you know, it isn't quite November yet like your article said...

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Chompster - - 4,310 comments

you guys are from the future?? o_O

but anyhoo, congratulations! this is indeed a huge step forward

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NickMudry Author
NickMudry - - 22 comments

Yes Chomp, we are from the future!

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J45PER - - 57 comments

We are back from the future! :P

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NickMudry Author
NickMudry - - 22 comments

Sorry for that mistake. Completely my fault, fixed though.

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