Halo co-creator’s Disintegration shutting down multiplayer servers in November

September 17, 2020
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Disintegration, the sci-fi shooter from Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto, will be ending multiplayer support across all platforms (Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC) on 17th November due to a lack of “sufficient audience”, just five months after launch.

Developed by V1 Interactive, Disintegration sets its enthusiastic first-person shooting action against a futuristic backdrop of climate change, pandemic, and war, splitting its focus across a strong single-player campaign and a selection of multiplayer modes.

Eurogamer’s Emma Kent had plenty of praise fo Disintegration’s solidly enjoyable core when she reviewed it back in June, but expressed huge concern over a desperately underpopulated multiplayer mode that appeared to be dead-on-arrival just days after launch.

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