Crucible was a multiplayer game that is a free to play third-person shooter created and published through Relentless Studios, a subsidiary of Amazon Game Studios. It is the first Amazon-owned original game published through its gaming Division, which previously focused on tablet games.
It was released to download on the 20th of May 2020, on Windows after working on it since 2014. The game was reverted to closed beta status on June 30 of 2020. On the 9th of October of 2020 Relentless Studios announced that development would cease within a month.
Although Bungie has clarified that PC and console players won’t join one another on the Crucible by default. However, PC players need to specifically invite console players to join them within their respective PC Crucible pools.
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Is Crucible still playable?
Amazon has announced that it will be removing Crucible, its no-cost multiplayer shooter. It concludes a long and challenging journey for the game launched in May following years of development, before it returned to the closed beta phase in July.
What was the reason Crucible Cancelled?
Amazon claimed that it had stopped the game at such a rapid pace because it “didn’t think there was a viable long-term, sustainable future for Crucible” However, one of the developers working of the project has stated that the problems were more than that, and that “Crucible ought to have been cancelled instead of being rebuilt” like it was in its lengthy development.