MISTOVER Getting Delisted From All Platforms Next Month

The dungeon crawler RPG is being removed from everywhere.

Indie games are a big part of the gaming industry. Even though AAA titles make the most of the sales these games are the soul of our gaming world. Major titles might stay dominant for a long time but indie games will always be special.

We get a lot of these titles from independent companies and, while some are amazing, a few are forgettable. One such game was the RPG dungeon crawler, MISTOVER, which came out in October 2019. KRAFTON developed this game with the Unity game engine but it wasn’t a huge success.

Recently, the company announced that it is officially ending the game’s cycle. KRAFTON has announced that it will be delisting MISTOVER from all platforms at the end of June. On the game’s official website, the company has made it clear that the game will be removed from all platforms on June 30th, 2022.

Recently, a service termination notice was made public on the game’s website. It officially marks an end to the game’s 3-year tenure. In the notice, KRAFTON thanked players for playing its indie game. The company says that it is grateful to everyone who has used the game’s services over the years.

KRAFTON also mentions how this decision was very difficult and wants everyone to respect its choice. Hence, players will no longer be able to download MISTOVER from 30th June onwards, as the service will terminate on this date.

KRAFTON has also given a list of platforms that the game will not be present on. It is going to be delisted from every platform that it was released on, according to the notice. MISTOVER won’t be available on any of the platforms, including Steam, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.

Although, KRAFTON has said that the players who have already bought the game will be able to download it. It’s sad to see the game ending its life cycle, but MISTOVER didn’t pull any punches either. The game got a very mediocre rating from players and critics alike.

KRAFTON wanted the game to be tough and harsh but this didn’t go down very well with the players, since a lot of them thought that it was way too tough to play and the gameplay was repetitive. However, it did get some praise for its combat and exploration, while being an overall average game.

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Ahmed Mansoor

Your average video games enjoyer with a deep passion for single-player adventures who writes about his favorite hobby.