Let It Die battle royale Deathverse is temporarily offline

Just a few months after the official launch Deathverse: Let it dieGrasshopper Manufacture’s melee-focused battle royale spinoff Let it die, the developers have announced that they will use it offline. That “suspension of service” will happen in July, but the people behind the free game death says they’re not giving up on it — they plan to “redevelop” the game and re-release it “with significant improvements”.

On the game’s official websitedeveloper Supertrick Games and publisher GungHo Online Entertainment told players:

We’ve certainly run into some challenges since the launch of our game, especially regarding matchmaking and in-game lag. We deeply apologize that these issues may have caused inconvenience to our players. Although we have tried various solutions to some extent with success, we are still unable to resolve the underlying issues. As a result, the development and operations teams have made the decision to temporarily suspend the game’s services while we develop it again. Deathverse: Let it die.

Deathverse: Let it die will go offline on July 18. The developer will stop selling Death Metal, an in-game currency, on February 7.

Supertrick and GungHo don’t give a timeline for when death may return from redevelopment slumber, but pledges that improvements to the game “will allow a wider audience as well as our existing players to enjoy the game.”

They added, “We will do our best to prepare for the re-release so that our existing community can enjoy the game alongside more new players in the future.”

Deathverse: Let it die officially launched on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Windows PC last fall, after a long delay and beta testing. The game has received mixed reviews on Steam, with players citing long queue times, limited amount of content, and overall lack of polish.

There have been several examples of live service games going offline and then returning to any degree of success. Games Amazon tried with crucible, reverting that game from official full release to closed beta, but ultimately canceling it. Likewise, Ubisoft has been trying to revive its future battle royale Super imagesjust to unplug the game last April.

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