May MSI Afterburner Flare Out?
MSI Appears To Have Reduce Ties With Afterburner’s Russian Developer
MSI have recently confirmed rumours that they’re now not paying Alexey ‘Unwinder’ Nicolaychuk to develop and assist Afterburner or the RivaTuner Statistics Server. As you would possibly anticipate, that is because of the invasion of Ukraine and whereas that is the primary we’re listening to of it, Alexey says MSI stopped honouring the licensing settlement 11 months in the past. He has continued to develop the overclocking utility and the RivaTuner Statistics Server it depends upon, however is contemplating altering his focus to different initiatives.
MSI have said that Afterburner will proceed on for the foreseeable future, and that this won’t be the tip. It’s unclear who would possibly take over the assist however MSI is assured they may be capable to proceed to offer assist and enhancements for Afterburner. RivaTuner Statistics Server alternatively, which MSI Afterburner depends upon is a separate venture of Alexey’s, which he does intend to proceed work on.
It is going to be attention-grabbing to see what the fallout of all of that is, nevertheless it looks like Afterburner will proceed on in some kind, no less than for now.