Of course, that did not last long.
PlanetSide Arena, a multipurpose scanner from the Daybreak Game CompanySet franchise, closes next month. Following a year in which the game was delayed before its launch date, Daily breakak returned all previous orders, ending delivering to Steam Early Access.
PlanetSide The courtServers were closed on Jan. 10, 2020 at 8 p.m. EST. "We are working closely with Steam to ensure that all players purchased during Early Access will receive a full refund on Steam Wallet after the server shutdown in January," said Andy Sites, executive producer of the Planetside franchise.
“While our team developed a vision for a game that combines great warfare with the galaraderie of PlanetSide through a set of new game modes," he added, "it's clear after a few months at First to reach that our Humanities are making it difficult to support the gameplay experience we had in mind. ”
According to SteamSpy, PlanetSide Arena had 1,481 affiliates (maximum) signed in when the game was introduced on September 18, 2019, but that number dropped over the next two months, to 55 on November 17. The peak in the last 24 hours was 12.
Previewing last year (about a year ago to today, in fact), Daybreak found a map of the square-mile (on the scale) with the reputation of Planet Summit for greater engagement, including the 2015 war PlanetSide 2 setting a record w ith 1,158 fights. PlanetSide Arena
In an announcement yesterday, Daybreak removed all DLC and virtual currency from the game's sales. Players with significant savings can spend it until the servers close in January. Refunds will be issued after the closing, Dailybreak said.
First seen in early January 2019, Daily Breakak instead announced that month PlanetSide Arena is delayed to March because it requires “significant development and program development.” In mid-February, Daily breakak launched the March launch, saying it would arrive in the summer along with the PlayStation version 4. Previously it was pre-sold for bundles of $ 19,98 and $ 39.97. Those were returned in February.