The Platinum Games disaster that was the fall of Babylon will be out of its misery on February 27, 2023 as it has been announced that the game will be discontinued altogether. No stone unturned: The entire game will be made unplayable after the above date. Confirmed in A Blog post On the game’s official website, all gameplay data will be deleted.
Between now and then, the developer plans to “implement as many events and other initiatives as possible until the end of the service”. However, any major updates have been ruled out. What’s left are special rewards, ranked and event missions, and quest boosts. As of today, the digital version is being taken down PS Store And physical retailers will remove PS5, PS4 copies from their online stores. You will also no longer be able to purchase the premium currency Garaz.
Released on March 3, 2022, the end of the service means Babylon’s Fall will be playable for less than a year. “Despite all your support, we are truly saddened and sorry to say that we will be unable to continue serving the game,” Platinum Games said. “We hope you continue to enjoy the fall of Babylon until the end of the service.”
We highly doubt the game will receive the same treatment as Red Dead Online — players hosted an in-game funeral after Rockstar Games effectively ended support for the multiplayer component. The fall of Babylon will be withdrawn and never mentioned again. Platinum Games tried to right the ship with a second season of content, but it clearly wasn’t enough to attract the player base.
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