A bit over a 12 months after launch, Konami has introduced it is calling time on Super Bomberman R Online.

The bomber battle royale was launched as a free-to-play game in May 2021, however it’s struggled to seek out and maintain an viewers. SteamDB reveals that the game has been hovering round 200 concurrent gamers since September, with the game’s all-time peak being round 7,000 at launch. For a game that is meant to have 64 gamers in a single match, it isn’t nice. Steam critiques repeatedly criticise an absence of means to seek out video games, plus key options like partying up with mates being locked behind a paywall.

Now, Konami has introduced on its web site that it is pulling the plug on Super Bomberman R Online. In-game transactions have been suspended and the game will formally shut down on December 1, 2022. The submit claims that the game has “continued to operate with the support of many users” since launch, however cites “various circumstances” as the explanation behind its closure.

It’s unhappy to see a traditional game fail to get off the bottom, however Konami hasn’t fully given up on the collection. “The “Bomberman” series is moving forward with new projects,” the submit concludes “We hope to be able to inform you of this project soon. Thank you for your continued support of the Bomberman series.”