Nexon is scrapping multiplayer medieval brawler Warhaven after struggling to handle some nebulous “shortcomings.” The freemium battler made its early entry debut in September 2023 however has been canned lower than six months later.
Warhaven is developed and printed by Nexon, however the South Korean writer appears to really feel the sport goes to wrestle in the long run.
“At present, we’re right here to announce with a heavy coronary heart that we are going to be concluding the dwell companies of Warhaven. From the primary alpha check in 2021 to the worldwide early entry in 2023, Warhaven has come this far, due to everybody’s love and help,” it said in a post on X.
“We need to specific our gratitude for the love and care you could have proven for Warhaven. To create a recreation that might be cherished and loved over an prolonged interval, we invested a lot consideration and energy. Nevertheless, regrettably, we should bid our honest farewell as of April 5, 2024. We apologize that we couldn’t come to you with higher information.”
Warhaven at the moment has a “blended” score on Steam from over 7,000 evaluations. Some gamers have praised the idea and fight however recommend Nexon has struggled to government its imaginative and prescient on a broader technical and mechanical stage, referencing bugs, spluttering servers, and a half-baked levelling system.
Information of the shutdown comes simply weeks after Nexon laid off an undisclosed variety of workers at its California-based subsidiary Pixelberry Studios.