Well, so much for that.
Important part is the numbers: Their driving games jacked up 13.6m pounds in profits. Their action division (Bodycount + OFP RR + OFP DR) closure and lack of success of the games cost them 11.3m pounds, reducing their overall profit to merely 2.3m. Operating loss in 2010 was over 20m.
In the light of this, I think this rumour about a new OFP is unsubstantiated. OFP alone apparently was responsible for 5m in losses after closing the action division. I doubt they are ever going back to the action/shooter genre, short or mid-term. Way to shoot down a perfectly good name, Codies. If this isn´t the final, hard-numbers confirmation of their cockup, I don´t know what is.