Nintendo has announced that the dark dungeon crawler, Mistover, will be removed from sale at the end of June. The game was released in October 2019 and was developed by Krafton Game Union. Mistover is a unique and challenging RPG experience, blending exploration and strategy together with deep character customization.
Reasons for Removal
Many players have expressed their disappointment about the game’s removal from sale. While Nintendo hasn’t provided a specific reason for the game’s removal, it is likely due to declining sales. According to Nintendo’s financial reports, Mistover sold a total of 305 thousand copies during its first year on the market – significantly lower than many other titles.
The lack of post-launch content has also been cited as a contributing factor to Mistover’s lackluster sales performance. The developers originally planned to release additional content throughout 2020 but have since fallen silent on updates or DLC for the game. This could explain why players are losing interest in the title.
Fans of Mistover have voiced their sadness over the news via Reddit and other forums. Many players consider Mistover one of the best dungeon crawlers ever made and believe this premature cancellation is undeserved. Players feel that if more post-launch content was released, such as dungeons or challenges, it would have had a positive impact on sales.
“I’m really sad about this because I think it was an amazing game,” said one Reddit user. “It has some unique ideas that I don’t think we’ve seen in any other RPG out there – so much potential wasted.” Others stressed how they would miss playing with friends online; while some lamented not being able to unlock all characters before the end of June.