Deathverse: Let it Die goes offline after just seven months

THE developer of Deathverse: Let it Die has announced that the game will be discontinued less than a year after launch.

Originally released on September 28th on PlayStation and October 5th, 2022 on PC, Deathverse: Let it Die is a free-to-play game.

The game will go offline in July.


The game will go offline in July.Photo Credit: Supertrick Games

It is based on Let it Die, a 2016 hack-and-slash action game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture, the studio behind No More Heroes.

Supertrick Games, the studio that developed the free-to-play game, is a spin-off studio from Grasshopper Manufacture.

Grasshopper is known as it was founded by Suda 51, a creator known for his bombastic playstyle.

While Deathverse was initially successful, at its peak over the last 30 days it has only seen around 50 concurrent players on Steam.

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A statement released by the publisher and developer reads: “GungHo Online Entertainment and Supertrick Games announced today that they will be discontinuing service for Deathverse: Let it Die later this year.

“This will include a commitment to revisit the game’s core mechanics and improve it significantly for an eventual re-release.”

Microtransactions known as Death Metals will be pulled from the in-game store on February 7th.

This prepares you for the game going offline July 18, 2023.

While the companies claim that the game will eventually be re-released, there is no current timeline as to when that would be.

The statement ends with the companies thanking their current player base.

It states: “The team at GoE and Supertrick would like to thank all the players and press who enjoyed and supported Deathverse: Let it Die.

“We invite everyone to follow the new developments with the game on our official Let it Die Twitter.”

When Deathverse goes offline, it will be less than eight months since its official release.

This is similar to the timeline of another live service game that launched last year; Babylon’s fall.

Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.

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