‘Natural Selection 2’ has stopped “active development”

Unknown Worlds has confirmed that “active development” on Natural Selection 2 has come to an finish.

Originally launched on the finish of 2012, Natural Selection 2 is “a fast paced multiplayer shooter that pits aliens against humans in a strategic and action-packed struggle for survival,” that also holds a Very Positive rating on Steam.

However since 2014, the participant neighborhood has dealt with all main updates, together with one in December final 12 months that launched matched play to the sport alongside a brand new map and improved bots.

In a press release posted throughout official channels, Unknown Worlds confirmed: “Ten years since its official release and over 117 updates later, active development of Natural Selection 2 has ended.”

“Our team and this community have provided many years of passion and support for this game,” continued the studio. “Over the years we had the opportunity to meet and collaborate with so many of you whether at an expo, live tournament, Discord or playing on a server. We thank you for your support and commitment to NS2 and know that this game would not have been the same without you. Now it’s time to look to the future and continue on to other projects within the company.”

“While we won’t be actively working on Natural Selection 2, we will still continue to host matched play servers so that community members will be able to play games on-demand with other players or bots. Although this isn’t goodbye, we still would like to say a very heartfelt thank you to you, our community and to all of those that worked with us on Natural Selection 2 over the years.”

In 2021, Krafton Inc introduced it was buying Unknown Worlds and confirmed that “in addition to ongoing updates for Subnautica and Subnautica: Below Zero, Unknown Worlds is currently working on a new genre-defining game”.

Earlier this month, Doom co-creator John Carmack warned corporations towards shutting down video games, following the information of a number of high-profile closures.

In current weeks, Fortnite writer Epic Games put out a press release confirming “brawler royale” Rumbleverse was set to close down six months after it launched whereas PvP dodgeball title Knockout City introduced it was set to go offline endlessly this summer season.

Ahead of asserting it had misplaced virtually £3.5billion on varied metaverse-related initiatives within the fourth quarter of 2022, Meta introduced that vastly standard VR title Echo VR would even be shutting down.

“I believe in saving everything,” stated Carmack. “Even if there are only ten thousand active users, destroying that user value should be avoided if possible. Your company suffers more harm when you take away something dear to a user than you gain in benefit by providing something equally valuable to them or others,” he added.

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