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EA and Meta weren’t the only companies to ax games this week
February 3, 2023
Over the course of this week, the developers of several major live service titles announced that their games would be shutting down. That means that players who actively enjoyed those games — and possibly spent money on them — might have to move on to something else.
The shutdowns are a reminder of the challenges facing these ambitious online titles. If they don’t quickly become massive hits, they might be closed down before they really have time to find their footing. Any new entrants have to fight an uphill battle to compete against juggernauts like Destiny 2, Call of Duty: Warzone, and Fortnite.
That means, for many of these newer games, they’re stuck in a chicken-and-egg situation: they need players to become a hit, but players may…