Deathverse: Let It Die to be redeveloped after service ends in July

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Developer Supertrick introduced that it will be ending service for Deathverse: Let It Die on July 18, nearly a yr after the sport’s launch. Following the battle royale’s finish, the builders intend to transform the title right into a extra fulfilling expertise. 

“We consider that re-releasing the sport with important enhancements will enable it to be loved by a wider viewers in addition to our present gamers,” wrote Supertrick. “We shall be doing our utmost to organize for the re-release in order that our present neighborhood can benefit from the recreation alongside many extra new gamers sooner or later.”

Deathverse launched in October 2022 for PlayStation and PC as a free-to-play title, and has been beset by quite a few technical points since launch. The builders acknowledged numerous options had been applied, however these fixes did not deal with the bigger issues of its recreation. 

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If the Let It Die subtitle sounds acquainted, that is as a result of it was the identify of Let It Die, a free-to-play 2016 roguelike from Grasshopper Manufacture. Deathverse is a sequel to that title, and Supertrick is a studio that spun off from the unique builders.

Supertrick acknowledged the dangers of halting its recreation to transform it from the bottom up, however stated that is in the end one of the best answer. “It’s inconceivable to say at this stage whether or not that is the proper alternative. However we love this recreation and are proud to have developed it collectively as a group.”

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Come February 7, Supertrick will deactivate the flexibility to purchase the in-game Dying Metallic foreign money. Content material for Deathverse’s second season shall be launched as scheduled, however the builders stated solely “partial” content material for the sport’s third season will launch earlier than July 18.

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