The free-to-play battle royale Rumbleverse is sunsetting at the end of February, Iron Galaxy and Epic Games have announced. The decision to end service did not come lightly, the studio said.
Rumbleverse launched on August 11, 2022, for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC.
In a blog post on the official website for brawler royale, the development team confirmed the servers were closing.
“Iron Galaxy Studios and Epic Games are very sorry to share that Season Two will be the last for Rumbleverse. This project has been a labor of love to create a new experience in a popular and highly competitive genre for games. 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.”
A final update will go live later today to the Rumbleverse. This update will close the store and make the entire inventory available to players with the current Battle Pass being made available for everyone. There will be double XP, accessories, and emotes, available as well.
“There is still fun we can have together before the sun sets on Grapital City. The remaining weeks will be a chance to celebrate the competitive spirit you’ve brought to this game. There will be more livestreams to play some games with the developers and let them pull the curtain back to share some behind-the-scenes moments from the creative process that built this city,” the blog says.
For those who spent money on Rumbleverse, refunds will be available including the Battle Pass or Brawlla Bills.