Development For Asymmetric Multiplayer Game Deathgarden Stops, Now Free-To-Play

Deathgarden was an interesting new asymmetric multiplayer game from the developers of Dead By Daylight, Behaviour Interactive. While Dead By Daylight continues to be thriving, with various content updates and crossover events, Deathgarden did not fare well.

After over half of year of development, the plug has been pulled for its development.

“Over the past few weeks, our team has been rather quiet about the development of Deathgarden,” the post on the game’s website reads. “Witnessing the decreasing player base, we’ve been working on finding solutions: we sought advice, considered many different scenarios, looked at various solutions, but unfortunately, none of them would change the fate of this project.

“Today, it is with a heavy heart that we’re announcing the end of Deathgarden’s development.”

While development is ended, Behavior reassured that everyone working on the game will continue their work into other projects, both live and yet to be announced ones.

The last hurrah for Deathgarden is that the game is now free. Servers are expected to be up until the end of this year the very least.

Deathgarden is available on PC via Steam.


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