The day before DevFantastic is closing just a few days after the start of Early Access.


    Fntastic, the studio behind The Day Before, is shutting down. It announced the closure today with a Statement That comes just four days before the December 7th launch day in Early Access.

    The studio says that The Day Before’s servers will remain operational, but it also says that the future of the game (and its 2021 release, Propnight) is unknown at this time. Fntastic opened in 2015 – its first game was The Wild Eight, which was released in 2017.

    Here’s Fntastic’s statement in its entirety::

    “Today, we announce the closure of Fntastic Studios. Unfortunately, The Day Before has failed financially, and we lack the funds to continue. All proceeds are owed to our partners. Being used to pay. We put all our effort, resources, and hours into development days ago, our first big game.

    “It’s important to note that we didn’t take any money from the public during the first day of development; there were no pre-orders or crowdfunding campaigns. We worked tirelessly, pouring our blood, sweat and tears for five years. The game. At this time, the future of The Day Before and Propnight is unknown, but the servers will remain active. We apologize if we did not meet your expectations. We did everything in our power, but unfortunately , we underestimated our capabilities. Making games is an incredibly challenging endeavor.”

    The statement also lists its release schedule over the years, as you can see above.

    Last week, the day before it launched in Early Access on December 7th. As reported. IGNThe game reached 38,104 concurrent users at the time of launch on Steam but today, that number is down to 4,197 players. Steam DB. In those four days, The Day Before also received enough negative reviews from players to make it into the 10 worst reviewed games on Steam.

    Over the years, the first day has been the subject of controversy, involving volunteer work requests, various delays, broken promises, and more. Strangely, Fntastic has since deleted his entire YouTube channel, leaving the following note as his channel description: “We are grateful to everyone who has supported us through these difficult years. . It’s been a wonderful journey over the last eight years.”

    Have you played any of the early days? Let us know what you think about it in the comments below!


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