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Epic Kills Battle Royale Game Just Six Months After Release

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August 2022, Epic Games — Developers of fortnitecurator of the Epic Games Store and creator of Unreal Engine, Rich as God — published a melee-based battle royale game called. Rumble VerseIt’s now January 2023 (it’s already February here in Australia) and the game is already over.

Here are some thoughts Zach wrote in September 2022.—You may remember September 2022. just happened— he said it was pretty good, even though the battle royale genre was a little tired and Epic himself already had Fortnite!

I’m not good at it Rumble Verse I think the challenge system is a little poor at the moment, but I’m still excited to load it up again and play more.There are plenty of good (and bad) battle royale shooters in 2022. I hope the game survives and the seasons to come It features more content, quests, and challenges that help make the game even more fun, even for a crappy fighter like me.

fed up.

The decision to shut down the game was announced earlier today by developer Iron Galaxy.

They followed up with a short statement on the company’s site. In it, we share the hope that just because Epic is killing the game doesn’t mean it’s dead forever. rumble In its final form”:

At Iron Galaxy, we strongly believe in the value of bringing people together to share meaningful gaming experiences. Each of us is a gamer. That is the driving force behind our creation. With the announcement of the end of Rumbleverse, we would like to share a more personal note with the players who attended Grapital City.

When I’m working on a video game, I imagine the community that will one day play that game. For years we have dreamed of a vibrant city full of people fighting to be champions. We strive to create a vibrant place that celebrates the competitive spirit. Our goal was to bring fun back to online multiplayer games.

The people who gave Rumbleverse a chance and made it their new hobby validate every day what we put into making our ideas a reality. We love watching you play. We learned from your stories and insights. We also showcased the art you created to immortalize your best street moments.

We sincerely hope this news doesn’t spell the end of the Rumbleverse. You may not have seen Rumble’s final form yet. If we can welcome people back onto the deck of our battle barge, we hope you’re there, ready to lace up and get to your rightful place in the cannon.

Iron Galaxy will continue to make games. That is our passion and purpose. Our employees are full of skills and inspiration to keep the world moving.

Thank you for playing. This is not the last. It won’t be the last time we invite you to play.

The game’s servers will shut down on February 28th.

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