Darwin Project, battle royale game shooter, will be discontinued

Yesterday (13), developer Scavengers announced through a farewell post on its blog that it will discontinue Darwin Project, battle royale shooter title. The April update will be the last “in the near future”, but the servers will remain online until the end of the year.

In the post, Scavengers explained that it was struggling to combat the constant shrinking player base, and that it was not possible to resolve the issue in the long term.

“Over the past few years, we’ve seen the player base decline and we’ve worked hard to find solutions – from a new platform development (PS4) to bringing in new content, extension of viewer interactions and continual optimizations. We evaluate all potential solutions and scenarios, but unfortunately, Darwin Project it is incapable of sustaining itself, forcing us to reach this very difficult decision”, the publication stated.

Unfortunately, the game struggled from the start. Even though its 2018 beta version for PC and Xbox One was a success, the title’s popularity began to decline rapidly, forcing the developer to make the PC version free a month after launch.

“We truly and heartily appreciate everything that the community has given to the Darwin Project. We received tons of passionate ideas and suggestions to improve the game. It shows how incredibly supportive you’ve been along this journey. We can’t thank you enough for your love and support over the past four years,” added the developer.

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