It looks like Improbable’s sale of Midwinter Entertainment to Behaviour Interactive already has some unexpected repercussions. The multiplayer shooter Scavengers is being put into maintenance mode straight from Early Access – on PC at least. It will never come to consoles, where it was being tested in closed alpha. Apparently, the game wasn’t doing well in early access on Steam, bringing in numbers in the low hundreds according to Eurogamer.
The game was one of the titles being worked on by Midwinter Entertainment and it seems that Behaviour has no interest in it. Improbable will be taking care of the PC version, allotting a small team to maintain the game.
For those wondering, Scavengers has been in early access for a year. It launched on Steam in May 2021, so this is kind of the video game version of direct to VHS.
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