The End of Super Monday Night Combat

By Tim S, 3 months ago
Delisted from the Steam Store on 27th April 2018, Super Monday Night Combat's developer Uber Entertainment has announced the closure of its servers on May 24th, 2018.

The free-to-play, third-person MOBA received favorable reviews during its launch back in 2012, and reached over 5,800 concurrent players.

Uber Entertainment had this to say regarding its closure on its Steam Community page:

Hello SMNC fans!

We want to thank all of you for your support of Super Monday Night Combat. Your passion is what made this game a pleasure to work on.

However, due to the upcoming European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline which is May 24th, we are sad to announce that we will be shutting down SMNC on that day. The game will remain active through May 23rd, 2018. Once our servers have been taken down, you will no longer be able to play SMNC in any game mode, so please make sure to get those matches in while you can.

As a special thank you to everyone that is still playing, from now until May 22nd, 2018, we will be giving you a gift of $10,000 of in-game currency. In order to get this, please contact our support team by emailing [email protected] or opening a ticket at http://support.uberent.com/ and be sure to include your ubernet login name. The support team will respond to your request as soon as possible.

Once again, thank you for your continued support and passion and we look forward to seeing you all again in our other games.

-The Uber Team
With the countdown on to earn the four achievements that the game has to offer, those who are fortunate enough to have already bought the game before its delisting had better get a wriggle on! You can use our handy Gaming Sessions feature to help set up some games and find others in need of the achievements.
Tim S
Written by Tim S
Resident TSA busy-body.