PSVR release title RIGS Mechanized Combat League will get no further DLC. This comes after the shutting down of developer Guerrilla Cambridge. Moreover, the majority of the title’s Beat the Dev events have additionally been crossed out. The news comes by means of the game’s group supervisor Jeroen Roding. He took to RIGS Mechanized Combat League’s Discord channel prior to guaranteeing players that the cutting edge sports title will keep on remaining on the web regardless of the studio shutting down.
RIGS Mechanized Combat League is authoritatively retired after the shutting down of Guerrilla Cambridge
The Cambridge studio’s parent organization, the Amsterdam-based Guerrilla Games – who have not been closed down – will likewise keep on providing support to PSVR players. Roding’s full statement is this: “We would seek to reassure you that the online service is not affected by this closure but unfortunately it will mean that there will be no further DLC for RIGS. We shall also continue to provide community support.”
RIGS Mechanized Combat League, particularly on the PS4 Pro, is fabulous. The visuals on the PS4 Pro are brilliant. The headway and controls are among the best on VR. And the game is really stuffed with substance. It was an extraordinary idea. What’s more, now it’s finished. It felt like a blend of Titanfall and Rocket League yet it was still splendid. Moreover, PSVR production issues truly devastated this game.
A multiplayer-driven game like Rigs needs a genuinely expansive install base to be fruitful. Also, the way that PSVR has been out of stock since dispatch completely lessened its potential install base from an expected 2.6 million to 800k. Had PSVR not had these issues it would’ve approached the grandiose sales expectations. Besides, Rigs’ multiplayer base would flourish in this way helping the game succeed. It’s a fantastic game that deserves more.