Fans of Whitebox Interactive’s free-to-play Warhammer MOBA received some bad news today. The company’s CEO, Jonathan Falkowski, formally announced that development of Dark Nexus Arena is being stopped, and that its servers will be brought down on March 31.

The reasoning behind the cancellation, according to Falkowski’s post, is that the team just hasn’t grown enough to maintain support development.

Dark Nexus Arena launched into Early Access on April 24 of last year, so it made it almost a year before being discontinued.

The full announcement can be found on the Dark Nexus Arena site.

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  1. Black Phoenix on March 22, 2016

    The game was a horrible POS and a disgrace to the 40k universe… so that’s good news really…

  2. hackisack on March 22, 2016

    “There has been exceitement for the game but we haven’t grown enough to maintain development”.
    This clearly means it was a (commercial) flop and I’m not surprised. Too many MOBAs around, and this one looked really kinda ungly and clunky. The market is too saturated for people to even bother

  3. rickshaw on March 21, 2016

    Do not worry VR will be next.