Remember the Battle Royale called The Culling which was released on March 4, 2016? Well, the Culling’s developer, Xaviant has announced that the game will shut down in May. However, the offline mode will be still available after that date but the Battle Royale and offline features will close.
Sadly, the reasoning behind Xaviant’s decision of closing the Battle Royale is that the player count was really low which lead to problems because you need money to run online servers and maintain them. Xaviant also announced that if any team is interested in making something of The Culling, then they are more than welcome.
You may ask of the reason behind the downfall of The Culling, well it was because of a bad update which made the game unplayable and many players complained and asked the developers to revert the update to the older version. But, it was too late because they reverted the update after a long time so the players had already moved on and the player count remained low.
Xaviant wrote on the blog post.
Hopefully, another team can take The Culling off Xaviant’s hands and make it better. For now, you can still play but it’s no use since the player count is next to none.
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