Disney has determined to cancel Star Wars: Rivals, its real-time aggressive cell motion shooter introduced again in January, earlier than its official launch. The sport had been delicate launched in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand in June, nevertheless it’s not obtainable for obtain and in-app purchases have been disabled.
Those that nonetheless have Star Wars: Rivals on their gadgets can proceed to play until October 11, after which the sport can be retired for good. Disney added that it wouldn’t offer any refunds for any in-app purchases that gamers have already made.
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The free-to-play cell title was set to characteristic characters from a number of eras of the Star Wars universe, together with Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Rogue One’s Jyn Erso, and the sequel trilogy’s Captain Phasma. Gamers would even have entry to weapons reminiscent of Chewbacca's bowcaster, Han Solo's DL-44 pistol, and Boba Fett's EE-Three carbine rifle along with particular abilities like Darth Vader's Choke and Admiral Ackbar's Orbital Strike.
As with each different free-to-play sport, it was designed to entice gamers to make in-app purchases, starting from $5 to $100 (about Rs. 360 to Rs. 7,200). Rivals was a cynical money seize try by Disney nevertheless it’s clear that it didn’t obtain sufficient traction or love from the delicate launch international locations to warrant a full launch.
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