The Konami PVP mystery game Crimesight is being discontinued after just one year

Konami calls Crimesight, its anime-inspired social deduction PC game released last April, blaming “various circumstances”.

The servers will go dark forever on May 1st, 2023, just 12 months after launch. In-game items have already been withdrawn from sale, while the game itself will be delisted on February 27th.

Since Crimesight is an online game, this really is the end. “Online battles will no longer be available after the service ends,” Konami said written down. “Furthermore, the game itself cannot be played,” it helpfully added.


In case you haven’t played it yet, Crimesight is a multiplayer crime game set in a London version of 2075 that was a bit like Minority Report. An AI program was developed to predict crimes, from which the players then deduce future murder victims.

The game consists of two sides – a “Moriarty” faction trying to complete their crimes and a “Sherlock” side trying to stop them from happening.

It sounded fun and was clearly meant to ride the murder-in-the-dark wave that led Among Us to such success. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to have found an audience.

If you want to try Crimesight, you have three months left to do so. The Konami PVP mystery game Crimesight is being discontinued after just one year

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