Disintegration debuted last June both in PC as on PS4 and Xbox One, hand in hand with the study V1 Interactive. However, their multiplayer and action proposal seemed not to permeate the gaming community and, in a matter of three months, they announced the imminent closure of their servers. Now, in March 2021, directly the development team prepares to close its doors. They have made it known in a statement published in their social networks.
We are sad to inform you that V1 Interactive is officially closing.
We want to thank all the talented people at V1, both past and present, who helped make the last 5 years wonderful.
And a heartfelt thanks to the amazing community that supported us. pic.twitter.com/XX6Sxtc32o— V1 Interactive (@V1Interactive) March 8, 2021
Disintegration says goodbye and V1 Interactive closes its doors
“We are saddened to inform you that V1 Interactive is officially closing its doors”reads the tweet on the V1 Interactive Twitter account. “We want thank all the talented people from V1, both past and present, that helped make the last five years wonderful. Y a sincere thanks to the amazing community that supported us“.
The president of V1 Interactive and co-creator of Halo, Marcus Lehto, aggregate: “En V1, our priority has always been the well-being of our employees. We have been transparent with them about the state of affairs for months and we are making this decision nowso they still have enough time to look for new jobs while have the support of our study“.
Disintegration, a multiplayer that did not get off the ground
The Seattle, Washington-based studio opened its doors in 2015. That’s when they prepared the launch of Disintegration in June 2020, at which time the title debuted on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC through Steam. Unfortunately, in September of the same year they announced the closure of servers in November 2020. “Although our player base has shown interest in the campaign, unfortunately had a hard time getting the audience needed for a solid multiplayer experience“explained the creators.
“An original action and strategy game with good ideas but not quite convincing”, we write in our impressions about the campaign.