When Supercell‘s Everdale was first unveiled more than a year ago in August, it seemed to bring something new to the table. Its peaceful style replaced the combat-based gameplay that Supercell’s games usually have. However, now Everdale is, unfortunately, going to be shut down. The game will no longer be developed and its servers will go down at 10 AM (UTC) on 31st October 2022.
Everdale is being shut down as it didn’t match Supercell’s expectations for a game
Supercell’s official blog post regarding this says “We’re very proud of the world we built in Everdale, and we’re grateful for the player community who helped us make the game better with each update. Although we gave it our all, it became clear to us that Everdale does not meet our ambitions for a Supercell game.”
The game’s servers will officially go down on the 31st of October this year so players do have some time to get the resources they acquired in the game with real currency, transferred to other games. Players can refer to the blog post by Supercell has more info on this.
Everdale presented a pretty beautiful world that was expanded pretty well throughout its updates and it’s quite sad to see the game go. That being said though, Supercell canceling two games in less than two months is a move that does inspire some debate regarding whether other games might be shut down similarly and what is going on internally with the studio.
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