Rumbleversefree-to-play, wrestling-inspired battle royale fighter closes in February, Epic Games and developer Iron Galaxy Studios announced on Tuesday. The game will go offline on February 28th, nearly six months after its official launch.

“The remaining weeks will be a chance to celebrate the competitive spirit you bring to this game.” Iron Galaxy said. “There will be more livestreams to pull back the curtain to play some games with the developers and share some behind-the-scenes moments from the creative process that built this city.”

But the reality is that everything closes at the end of February. Any player who spends money on the game – including the Battle Pass or the in-game currency Brawlla Bills – can get a refund on any platform. “We will be sharing an FAQ page with additional refund information soon,” Iron Galaxy said.

“Our sincere hope is that this news will not show the end at all Rumbleverse,” Iron Galaxy added more personally An open letter to the game’s community of players. “Maybe you haven’t seen the Rumble in its final form yet. If we can welcome people back aboard the battle barge, we hope you will be there, chained and ready to take your rightful place at the cannon.”

Rumbleverse does melee-based variant in the battle royale genre. Players venture into Grapital City, a large map with several points of interest, and fill their pockets with buffs, power-ups, and other items. Opponents were lifted from the tops of skyscrapers and/or thrown into the water to be destroyed.

Though Rumbleverse Designed to be as watchable as it was playable, the game failed to gain much traction on Twitch, which may have sealed its fate – along with some other battle royale titles. Also on Tuesday, Electronic Arts announced its closure Apex Legends Mobile, Launched in May 2022and development ends Mobile battlefieldproject Announced in April 2021.

Rumbleverse was first announced at The Game Awards 2021although early access is suggested for January 2022 postponed So Iron Galaxy can enhance and polish the game. It officially launched on August 11 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.

A Nintendo Switch version rated (external) earlier this month, but it seems unlikely to be released now.

Founded in 2008, Iron Galaxy is best known for its games Diving shot (2013) and Don’t disappear (2018) and for his work on Killer instinctSeasons two and three for Xbox Game Studios.

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