It's Your Last Day To Play Rumbleverse
The wrestling battle royale game launched only six months ago in August.
Rumbleverse will officially shut down in fewer than 24 hours. So it's now or never to become the champ in Grapital City for developer Iron Galaxy's wrestling battle royale game.
The sent out a reminder this morning about the final countdown for the free-to-play game. The servers will go offline tomorrow, February 28, at 11 AM ET/8 AM PT.
Today will be the final full day you can launch into Grapital City. The sun sets on Rumbleverse as servers will be closed tomorrow at 10 AM CT (4 PM UTC).— Rumbleverse (@Rumbleverse)
Last month, Iron Galaxy announced Rumbleverse was closing up shop after only six months. Season 2 was the last for the game, with refunds being issued to players who spent money on the battle royale title. In addition, the current battle pass was granted to everyone.
Rumbleverse was unveiled at The Game Awards 2021 and then launched August 18, 2022. It's available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Iron Galaxy originally hoped to power bomb the battle royale genre with the game.
There have been quite a few live-service games being shut down or soon discontinued in the past couple of months. Knockout City is going offline forever in June, for instance. Babylon's Fall is being terminated tomorrow too, and Apex Legends Mobile will no longer be playable May 1.
There are more games getting the ax too, as the live-service game bubble might be ready to burst.
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