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Iron Galaxy and Epic Games to sunset Rumbleverse

The free-to-play battle royale will go offline six months after its release

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Epic Games and Iron Galaxy have announced that Rumbleverse will be shut down on February 28.

The free-to-play battle royale title initially launched on multiple platforms on August 2022.

"This project has been a labor of love to create a new experience in a popular and highly competitive genre for games," the statement said.

"If you’ve been a part of that journey, we thank you – whether you jumped into the first playtest after our reveal, or just shot yourself out of the cannon for the first time."

The blog post also said that any user who spent money on Rumbleverse is eligible for a refund.

Details on the refunding process will be provided later.

Rumbleverse joins a number of titles that were recently announced to go offline.

Last week, Square Enix announced that it will shutter Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai: A Hero's Bond in April.

Yesterday, Respawn Entertainment said that Apex Legends Mobile will be sunset in May.