GOG.com has introduced that The Final Leviathan, a fantasy ship-builder steadily summed up as ‘Besiege however with boats’, is about to be faraway from sale. “We would like to tell you that, on account of writer’s request, The Final Leviathan can be delisted from our catalog on Thursday, November twenty fourth, 4 PM UTC”, GOG says. “For everybody who bought this title previous to delisting, it’ll stay of their GOG library.”
The Final Leviathan was launched in 2016, and our early entry professional Chris Livingston performed it on the time. Although he talked about that it felt rougher than Besiege’s first launch, he did get pleasure from constructing a ship after which sinking repeatedly. “The cannon physics are nice, the battles are thrilling and entertaining, and bobbing round within the water whereas attempting to line up broadsides is a problem,” he wrote, “particularly in case your ship is a poorly-designed wobbly piece of rubbish like mine is.”
Builders Tremendous Punk Video games up to date The Final Leviathan over the following years, with additions like flying blocks to let gamers make sky-ships, although the final update was three years in the past in November of 2019. Their web site is at the moment offline.
It is a disgrace to see an early entry game fail to make it over the end line, offering fodder for the cynics who see early entry as a rip-off and ignore the successes it is made potential through the years. The Final Leviathan was launched on Steam in addition to GOG, and can presumably be delisted there as properly.