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Amazon Games' first free-to-play first-person shooter will be closing its doors permanently. This news comes just a few months after the game was pulled back into Closed Beta and focused on bettering the game based on player feedback. However, it looks like they have ultimately decided to shut the game
Amazon's game studio Relentless will be putting Crucible, their free-to-play shooter, back into Closed Beta after launching it in May. This move comes in a blog post published on Tuesday admitting that the game was not entirely ready and that they will be pulling it back into Closed Beta to
It has only been three weeks since Crucible launched, and they are removing two of the three game modes available in-game. In a statement from the developers, Relentless Studios noted that the two game modes, Harvester Command and Alpha Hunters, will be retired in favor of keeping the Heart of
Crucible is a team-based action shooter driven by the choices you make. Each match in Crucible is a fight for survival and control. Not only will you be going toe-to-toe with your fellow competitors, but you’ll have to adapt and overcome all the challenges the planet itself throws your
Crucible, Amazon's first big-budget team-based action shooter game, has officially launched. You can find it over on Steam here. Amazon has opted for the free-to-play business model, most likely to compete with shooter giants like Apex Legends, Fortnite, and similar. Crucible, however, has multiple different game modes available to you.