GungHo Online Entertainment and Supertrick Games have announced the impending suspension of Deathverse: Let It Die, their shareware online action-game Deathverse: Let It Die.
Remember that Deathverse: Let It die was released on September 28th on PS4/PS5 and then reached Steam a week later. It was not well-received on the PC. The peak online audience at launch was 1380, but it has not been seen in the last 24 hours.
There were always technical issues when someone played Deathverse. Three months later, the problems did not disappear and became the reason for a brand new announcement.
The game was released with problems in matchmaking and slowdowns. Although there have been several attempts, so the creators decided to send it back for revision.
“It was not an easy decision. But we believe that the re-release of the game with significant improvements will allow not only current users, but also a wider audience to enjoy it.”— according to Supertrick Games.
Deathverse: Let It Die servers will be shut down on July 19th. Death Metal in-game currency sales will stop on February 8th. The suspension will result in the release of the entire second season and a partial release of the third.
Let It Die is set hundreds of years after Let It Die took place in the same universe. Gamers are invited to participate in Death Jamboree, a reality survival show that takes place in Deathverse.