In addition to outlining their latest efforts to get the company back on track, this Eidos Financial Report (thanks HomeLAN Fed) reveals that plans are in place for a sequel to ShellShock: Nam '67, their Vietnam War first-person shooter. Here's word: "ShellShock: Nam '67 (launched in September), has proved to be a successful new franchise with shipments to date of circa 800,000 units, and with strong sell through, which exceeds our original forecasts. A sequel is already underway." On a related note, Eidos still negotiating sale on MCV (thanks Mike Martinez) announces: "Britsoft publishing giant Eidos has stated it is still aggressively courting potential buyers, hoping to conclude the matter “as soon as possible” – while announcing to shareholders that Championship Manager 5 has now officially slipped into 2005."
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