[Update: Nope] Game Troopers plans to release its own Windows Phone in 2016

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UPDATE: Apparently, it’s Fools Day in Spain and Game Troopers isn’t actually making a Windows Phone.

Original story follows below.

Game Troopers, a game developing studio which has been releasing a tonne of games on the Windows Store in the past few months is apparently becoming an OEM in 2016. The company today announced in Twitter that it will be becoming an OEM, and release its own Windows Phone device next year:


Additionally, Game Troopers’ CEO, Jesus Bosch revealed the company is calling it the “Sunrise Project”:


Of course, there are not a lot of details available about the Sunrise Project just yet. As it seems like, the project is most likely in its early stages and we’ll hopefully hear more about it next year. Nonetheless, Sunrise Project is quite interesting as Game Troopers is a company which never released a hardware previously. It will be very interesting to see how Sunrise Project shapes up in the near future. With that being said, tell us what you think of Game Troopers’ recent announcement in the comment section below.

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