The Emeryville, California based development studio responsible for America's Army 3 has been shut down, according to details forwarded to Kotaku by former staffers. That closing comes one day after the U.S. Army funded simulation officially shipped.
America's Army 3, the upcoming iteration of the real Army's free first-person shooter recruiting tool, will be available on Steam when it launches.
America's Army first splashed onto the scene in the summer of 2002, garnering most of its attention because it was a free game aimed getting people more interested in the U.S. Army, specifically joining it.
Six years after the first Army-branded game took the country by storm, the U.S. Army is ready to roll out sequel number two, announcing America's Army 3, due out later this year.