The developers of the isometric shooter with Roguelike elements ANVIL announced the termination of service for the Xbox version. The project will disappear from the Microsoft Store on PC and Xbox Series X|S on November 30, and the servers will be completely closed on December 31. Note that the game will continue to work on PC via Steam.
Although the developers did not disclose the reason for the closure of the Xbox version of ANVIL, most likely the problem is related to the publisher. The fact is that a full-fledged release of the game took place on Steam a few months ago, which was accompanied by a major update, while the Microsoft Store still uses the early access version published by another studio – SK TELECOM. Apparently, the parties were unable to agree on the distribution of the game, so the decision was made to close the servers.
ANVIL is an isometric co-op sci-fi game created by Korean studio Action Square, also known for Action RPG Blade 2 for mobile devices and Nintendo Switch. In this game, you take on the role of Destroyers who remotely control Mech Soldiers to explore various monster-infested galaxies.