Rumbleverse was an ambitious battle royal brawler by Epic Games and Iron Galaxy. It saw players duking it out fist-to-fist and body-slamming one another. Unfortunately for fans, an announcement has been made that Rumbleverse is shutting down. This may leave you wondering why Rumbleverse is ending and how long it lasted.
Rumbleverse is shutting down on February 28, 2023, meaning its servers will no longer be active, and players will no longer be able to play the game. The primary reason for this is that Rumbleverse failed to gain the traction and momentum that the developer and publisher anticipated. All players who spent money in the shop are eligible for a refund.
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How to get a refund for Rumbleverse
At the time of writing, Epic Games and Iron Galaxy have not shared details on how to get refunds for your purchases in Rumbleverse. This information will be shared later on Rumbleverse's FAQ page. You can also contact Epic Games support for more information.
How long did Rumbleverse last?
Rumbleverse first launched on August 11, 2022, and lasted until February 28, 2023. This puts Rumbleverse's lifetime at around seven months and lasts for a total of two seasons. In the time leading up to its demise, all players will be able to access the full experience, given the battle pass, and have double XP. Additional unlocks have been given the store is now closed.
For more information on gaming, check out Is Rumbleverse coming to console? and Does Rumbleverse have controller support? on Pro Game Guides.
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