On the strength of hype and a great E3 showing, Thrill Kill was set to release in late 1998. However, in August of that year, Electronic Arts purchased Westwood Studios, which included all assets of Virgin Interactive's Irvine, CA studio. It was later revealed by an EA employee that "the product doesn't meet our standards for subject matter and appropriate content," and they wouldn't sell the property for the same reason. However, despite their efforts, the completed game and its beta builds would all circulate as popular bootlegs.
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