This is a great article that talks about the benefits of Crowfall’s proprietary crafting system. The game has been running for over 3 years, and they have always updated their “legacy” servers with new features, such as this one!
Crowfall’s CM, “If the game was going to shut down, we’d let you know.” This statement is in response to a player asking whether they should continue playing the game.
Crowfall didn’t have the launch year it had hoped for, with a sluggish start, additional layoffs, and poor player numbers (which the company sought to cover) all occurring to this once-hot MMORPG project. With November’s freemium revenue model switch, we hoped that the PvP title would be able to establish its footing and naturally build a playerbase over time, but if the current reports are to be believed, it may not receive that breathing space to accomplish more.
The MMO is on the decline, according to KiraTV, who cites a “leaked investor report,” and might be shut down in a few months. Crowfall has been operating “below expectations” and has a “inability to recruit consumers at a positive ROI,” according to the report, which was purportedly given out to players who held equity crowdfunding investor shares in the game. As a consequence, ArtCraft has already cut the team size, focused on reworking the game, and divided Crowfall income between the MMO and its future Project Atlas, which seems to be the name of the second game part of the crew – including Todd Coleman – went to after Crowfall was released.
“Given our cash situation and the prospects of raising more money to fund Crowfall, if we do not see a significant change in performance by the end of November, we will need to choose between continuing to invest in Crowfall features and content, reducing Crowfall investment but continuing to run it in a maintenance state, or shutting it down and prioritizing our second project (codename ‘Atlas’,” the worrying section of the alleged leak says.
So, is this really a genuine leak? Although ArtCraft hasn’t officially acknowledged that it’s considering a sunset, the game’s Reddit community is pessimistic, believing the allegation to be genuine given the circumstances. On Friday, however, the game’s community manager denied the claim, telling Discord users that the paper was “extremely dubious” and advising anyone who downloaded it to check their systems.
“We’d let you know if the game was about to shut down,” Tiggs wrote, instructing the conversation to return to Crowfall gaming.
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The “crowfall reddit” is a post on the official Crowfall subreddit. The post was made by an anonymous user, who claims to be part of the Crowfall team. In the post, it is stated that there are no plans for shutting down or ceasing development of the game. If anything were to happen, the person says they would let players know.
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