Deathverse Devs Announce Shutdown 3 Months After Launch: Deathverse: Let it Die’s publisher GungHo Online Entertainment and developer Super trick Games have stated that the game’s online services will be temporarily shut down on July 18 while they work to address problems like lag and in-game matching.
“We had a hard time deciding on this. However, we think that re-releasing the game with considerable enhancements will enable both a wider audience and our present gamers to enjoy it.
It’s impossible to determine at this point whether this is the best solution, GungHo stated, “Considering how much work goes into making a game-and that there’s a finite number of games one can theoretically build in a lifetime. However, we adore this game and are happy to have created it as a team. As a result, we think that choosing this option now is the best one.
The free-to-play multiplayer game has had difficulty attracting large player populations; its all-time concurrent high on PC is a little over 1000.
[IMPORTANT] Suspension of Service
DEATHVERSE: LET IT DIE will be suspending its services as of 7/18/2023 at 19:00 (PDT).
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of our players for their support.https://t.co/VbHNHzNhty
— DEATHVERSE & LET IT DIE Universe HQ 🐀 (@LETITDIETheGame) January 6, 2023
Beginning on February 7, Death Metal, the premium currency, won’t be available for purchase. The cash can still be utilized, though, up until the game’s July shutdown. Additionally, Season 2’s content, which will include elements like tournament matches and new weapons, is still anticipated to debut in the spring of 2023. Only a portion of Season 3’s programming will be made available during its anticipated summer 2023 debut.
In October 2021, Deathverse: Let it Die was initially made public during a PlayStation State of Play presentation. Deathverse, a Let It Die spinoff, took Let It Die’s aesthetics and gave the show a battle royale element.