Amazon's initial venture into the gaming world with first AAA development game, Crucible, is now seeing unexpected demise. Crucible's limited release this year from being public to a closed beta is shortly ending in November.
(Photo : Relentless Studios via Steam)
Amazon's Games leg previously announced the third-person shooter game last 2016, promising that it will go against popular titles Call of Duty, Valorant, and Player's Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG). Crucible aimed to compete in the challenging market with some of the established favorites of players with huge fanbases.
Relentless Studios, a subsidiary company of Amazon, LLC, is now making a tough choice to discontinue the game in November, completely wiping it from the servers and availability in public. This year, Amazon launched Crucible's public beta for players to experience. However, after several updates and patches, the team decided to move it to a closed beta.
According to Crucible's blogwritten by the team, July saw the move from open to a …