Considering the name of the game, it is ironic that Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade no longer exists after the server shut down on September 10. With the official server shutdown, Eternal Crusade is now dead, and PvP and PvE modes are completely inaccessible. The game client download is no longer available on Steam.
Eternal Crusade, developed and published by Daylight studio Behaviour Interactive, was released in 2016 with moderate reviews and never fully realized the potential that fans clearly saw in it. The suspension of this game was first announced in June.yesterday announcement The team behind the game is short and simple, thank you players for enjoying the game.
Fans of the game have mixed reactions, somewhere between doubting that they can no longer play and being happy. Others think more that canceling the game is the best. “Rather than kill the horse, it is better to kill the game,” a player said during the game. July String.according to Steam chart, The game has no more than hundreds of online players on average over the years.
Nevertheless, here is a common problem: people pay for games they no longer visit. Should game publishers have an ethical obligation to let players host their own servers? Server-based games are always risky, but in this case, legitimacy and morality are a topic of debate.