Bleeding Edge: Online brawler is no longer supported

Bleeding Edge: Online brawler is no longer supported
The arena battler Bleeding Edge was released almost a year ago. Developer Ninja Theory announced on Twitter that support for the title will be discontinued. The studio would rather invest its resources in new projects, which is why Bleeding Edge will not receive any further content updates. However, the title remains playable on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S. Furthermore, the studio thanks the fans and hopes that the players will continue to cause chaos in their arena battler.

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