Kabam has announced that the servers for Marvel Realm of Champions, a mobile MOBA game, would be shut down.
Marvel Realm of Champions‘ servers will be shut down on March 31 after only being released in December 2020. The game has already been taken down from the App Store for iOS and the Google Play Store for Android. In addition, in-game purchases are no longer possible.
The MOBA was set in the same universe as Kabam’s previous Marvel game, the fighting game Contest of Champions. Realm of Champions was partially based on the Secret Wars comic series, however, it only included multiplayer modes.
“When we started to develop Marvel Realm of Champions, we set out to create a fast-paced action RPG with competitive PVP battles, and the ability to customize your own Marvel Champions in the way that you want,” said Kabam in a statement. “Despite making multiple adjustments and changes along the way, we have not been able to meet the vision that we had initially set.”
Fans of the game will get one more chance to play before the servers shut down in March. Unreleased gear sets and weaponry will be made accessible as part of the game’s final tweaks, and the number of units given away will grow. In addition, the cost of gear crates and crafting crystals will be reduced.
The plot centered around figuring out who killed Maestro, an evil counterpart of the Hulk. Before the game ends, it appears like the tale will be completed.