Today, Electronic Arts announced that the servers for Rocket Arena will shut down on March 21, 2024. After that date, as with all online multiplayer games that come to an end, it will be impossible to play.
Unfortunately, the game’s lack of success is evident, with a peak of only 1136 players since its launch in 2020, according to SteamDB. In the last 24 hours, only three players entered the lobbies, an insufficient number to even start a match.
The development team expressed their gratitude to the Rocket Arena players but regretfully announced that the game, along with its servers, will close on March 21, 2024. They also deeply appreciate the support and participation of the community throughout this journey.
Rocket Arena Shuts Down Servers in 2024.
The team also emphasizes that they will never forget the support they received. They thank users who have enjoyed the game since its launch in July 2020. The decision was inevitable, as Rocket Arena was recently removed from EA Play and, consequently, Game Pass.
Although it is still operational, the creators of this game have not made relevant content updates since 2021. The server shutdown marks a negative end.
Along with Sea of Solitude, A Way Out, the 2021 GOTY winner It Takes Two, and the recently announced Tales of Kenzera: ZAU, Rocket Arena was part of EA Originals. This title was also part of the independent game financing initiative by the producer.
Source: Game Informer
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