This came after the original article was published. We have updated the story with this information. Original story: Ubisoft has revealed that it has no plans to make a Fee and Classic game. The publisher behind the online RPG Species says that it’s “still in the process of researching and planning for an Online RPG game with an RPG side” and that it’s “still in the process of finalizing the technology and systems.” Considering the fact that we’re still in the process of getting a new game, we’re not terribly surprised. However, given that the genre has so far found a home on PC, we’re not entirely clear what the future holds for this particular genre. Is it going to be something we’ll be playing on the horizon? A mobile game? A console one? We’re not so sure… so we’ve reached out to the publisher for clarification and will update this story with any response. The original story follows a band of anthropomorphic creatures who are trying to survive in a world dominated by humans. The creatures are part of the Ensemble, a special service that can be seen as the most recent example of something like Bioware’s MMO. The Ensemble is currently in some form of pre-alpha, which is something that can be interpreted as pre-beta. So it’s not clear how a game going forward will work. However, given the status of the MMO and the already established success of an MMO, we’re certainly not writing it off yet. The fact that there’s currently a game in development for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, with a light MMO element, could suggest an MMO game is on the cards. However, we’re personally more interested in something we can play and enjoy with friends, so no doubt a medium of that would be MMO. We’re also more interested in the potential of the game itself, especially since we’ve seen a fairly large amount of recent news about a MMO in the past, such as Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, which was a massively popular PC MMO. The publisher also mentioned that it’s “removed from the list of supported platforms because it is not a part of current plans,” so don’t expect to be playing it any time soon.