Amazon has officially stopped working Crucible, Its free-to-play multiplayer action game.
Developer Relentless Studios Official Crucible Website a Advertising On the topic of “Final Crucible Developer Update”.
After much discussion, the team finally came to the conclusion that “there is no healthier, more sustainable future than Crucible”.
Instead of continuing to work on the crucible, the development team shifts its focus to Amazon’s MMO New world. There is also a series of additional titles that the team plans to move forward with other additional projects.
For players who joined the Crucible remake closed beta earlier this year, the game will still be played for a while. In fact, the developers will be working on a “Final Playtest and Community Celebration” over the next few weeks. There is no date yet for PlayTest, so if you’re looking to get as many crucibles as possible now, you may want to log in as much as you can by November. Custom games will be available until 3pm ET on November 9th.
Players can now request a full refund or cruise related purchases they have made. In-game purchases have also stopped moving forward. Amazon has posted official instructions to request a refund on its official Crucible page.
Crucible has been plagued with various issues since its launch in 2016. It has finally gone through a variety of transitions before Begins on steam Earlier in May 2020. However, it has released into the wild a number of features that were initially advertised, such as ways to connect with the streaming platform Twitch.
Amazon will focus its resources on Luna, the new world and cloud gaming services mentioned above, which will move to PC, Mac, iPhone and Android in the near future – although it has not yet been confirmed.