Earlier this year Amazon tried to make a splash with its first AAA title, a free-to-play shooter called Crucible that was originally announced in 2016. The multiplayer game launched in May but quickly returned to beta status as developers cut down the available modes and said they were adding polish.
Today the team published a blog post saying that after evaluating feedback from the closed beta they’ve decided to discontinue development entirely. All in-game purchases will be refunded, and the team is apparently transitioning to other projects in Amazon Games including New World.
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