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Describing itself as a brawler royale, free-to-play battle royale game Rumbleverse launched on August 11, 2022, on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Merging wrestling with the visual charm of games like Fortnite, developer Iron Galaxy hoped to create a long-lived game it could continually support with additional content.

Not even a year after release, Rumbleverse will be shut down, though. The title’s servers are set to go offline on February 28, 2023, at 8am PT / 11am ET / 4pm GMT / 5pm CET.

“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”, the developer says on the game’s website.

Until the servers are shut down for good, players will have access to every piece of content that Rumbleverse has to offer – everyone gets the battle pass, XP gains are boosted, and all game modes are available.

If you made in-game purchases in Rumbleverse since it was released, you might also be eligible for refunds: “Any player who has spent money on Rumbleverse is eligible for a refund of money spent on or in the game. This includes the purchase of a Rumbleverse Battle Pass or Brawlla Bills on any platform. We will share a FAQ page with additional refund information soon.”

Rumbleverse isn’t the only game to shut down this year: EA has announced that Apex Legends Mobile and Battlefield Mobile are also being phased out.