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V1 Interactive shuts down the multiplayer mode for Disintegration

Private Division and V1 Interactive have announced that they will be shutting down the multiplayer mode of Disintegration. Disintegration is a first-person sci-fi shooter that came out on June 16th. However, it appears that the game flopped, something that forced V1 Interactive to shut down its MP mode.

In July 2020, Private Division and V1 Interactive tried to bring some life to the game’s MP modes by allowing PC gamers to play it for free for a weekend. Apparently, though, that F2P period did not pay off.

V1 Interactive will remove the multiplayer modes from the game in phases over the coming months. Starting today, the team will remove the in-game store. Then, on November 17, the team will remove all of the multiplayer modes.

Do note that the single-player campaign will remain fully playable moving forward.

As V1 Interactive stated:

“While our player base showed interest in the single player campaign, the game unfortunately struggled to build a significant audience necessary for a compelling multiplayer experience. After weighing options, we have collectively made the decision to sunset the multiplayer support.”

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